What the Titans need to get from their next defensive coordinator

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What the Titans need to get from their next defensive coordinator
What the Titans need to get from their next defensive coordinator

Turron Davenport ESPN Close Covered Eagles for USA Today Covered the Ravens for Baltimore Times Played college football at Cheyney University MOBILE, Ala. -- The retirement of defensive coordinator Dean Pees was a big blow to the Tennessee Titans. Bringing the former Ravens coordinator aboard was one of the first moves Mike Vrabel made when he was named head coach. Pees' unit ranked third in scoring defense (18.9 points per game) in 2018 and 12th (20.7 ppg) in 2019. Pees' defensive playcalling was like "[Michael] Jordan in the fourth quarter," according to safety Kenny Vaccaro. Finding a replacement for the 70-year-old Pees could be tricky. "I have to take some time and be able to do what's best

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