The Tennessee Titans should have had a deep playoff run last season.
But with Henry returning during the Divisional Weekend game against the Cincinnati Bengals, their victory became a foregone conclusion.
Add the fact that they sacked quarterback Joe Burrow nine times and they should have been hosting in the AFC Championship Game.
Unfortunately, the Bengals spoiled the party, making the Titans one-and-done in the postseason.
While some of the players and the personnel have moved on and are looking forward to the 2022 season, it seems like general manager Jon Robinson is still feeling the effects of that bitter defeat.
Want to know how much winning means to @Titans GM Jon Robinson? Watch this.
He teared up and paused for over 20 seconds when asked what he could have done better in 2021.
— Jim Wyatt (@jwyattsports) March 2, 2022
TennesseeTitans.com writer Jim Wyatt said, “Want to know how much winning means to @Titans GM Jon Robinson? Watch this. He teared up and paused for over 20 seconds when asked what he could have done better in 2021. He said the trust of the #Titans ownership and the fans means a lot to him.”
After the pause, Robinson slowly responded, “The trust that ownership has put on me and our fans. I mean that stadium was rocking. And you can only imagine what it would have been like in the next one [AFC Championship]. So, pretty long list of stuff that I got to be better at.”
A Model Of Consistency
The Titans may not be one of the more popular NFL teams, but they are doing things the right way.
Robinson has an impact on building their roster while head coach Mike Vrabel always finds ways to win.
Everyone counted them out when Henry succumbed to a foot injury.
However, Robinson signed the players they need and Vrabel led them to victory.
You can feel the passion stemming from Robinson with this interview.
Here’s to hoping that 2022 will be their year.