QB Marcus Mariota, Tennessee Titans

Marcus Mariota is primed to develop into one of the NFL’s elite quarterbacks on four different levels despite last season’s underwhelming performance.

The fourth-year signal-caller is already superb nfl jersey for cheap  in two vital areas. First, Mariota ranked third behind the New Orleans Saints’ Drew Brees and New England Patriots’ Tom Brady last season in adjusted completion percentage under pressure, according to Pro Football Focus. Also, the 2015 second overall pick still hasn’t thrown a red-zone interception.

Mariota is one of the NFL’s most dynamic weapons behind center. Yet the Titans coaching staff, particularly new offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur, must make improvements to his quarterback mechanics—nfl jerseys cheap authentic primarily his footwork—and craft a scheme around his unique skill set.

Instead of relying on Mike Mularkey’s exotic smashmouth, the Titans offense will now resemble Mariota’s old Oregon offense.

“We’re not going to run it into eight or nine guys,” head coach Mike Vrabel said, per ESPN.com’s Cameron Wolfe. “We’re not going to be silly. I believe in screens. I believe in play-action, things he does well. custom nfl jerseys cheap We’re going to give Marcus some easy-access throws, RPOs or run relief. I believe that players are more important than plays.”