The Tennessee Titans have officially moved on from their (now former) GM Jon Robinson. It was one of the most surprising mid-season firings we've seen in some time, too, as the Titans hold a three-game lead in the AFC South, almost surely headed for the postseason.
Why make the move? Well, coincidentally (or not), the firing came fresh off the heels of former Titan/current Eagle AJ Brown's first game against his former team. Brown posted 8/119/2 on 10 targets to help lead Philly to their 11th win of the year and made the Titans look like an absolute fool for trading him away.
- The man did have the wherewithal to draft A.J. Brown in the first place, right?
- The Titans haven't had a losing record since he was hired as the team's GM in 2016.
- The Titans have gone to the playoffs in four of six complete seasons with Robinson as GM (including two trips to the Divisional Round, one trip to the AFC Championship)
- Then again, Robinson did trade Brown away to avoid paying him the requested $22 million annual salary, which seems really quite reasonable at this point for a top-tier receiver.
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