The Tennessee Titans are turning their team into a dynasty by becoming the New England Patriots.

The Tennessee Titans have once again hired someone with connections to the New England Patriots. 

In 2016, the Titans hired a new general manager. Jon Robinson, who was with the Patriots as their scouting director from 2009-2014.  During the time between the New England Patriots and Tennessee Titans, Robinson worked as the director of player personnel for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Now, the Titans have now hired Monti Ossenfort, who replaced Robinson when he left the Patriots. Ossenfort will come to the Titans to be the director of player personnel. Which is the exact job that Jon Robinson left New England to go to Tampa Bay for. The Titans new director of player personnel brings a lot of experience to the front office. Monti Ossenfort has worked for the Patriots in several different positions for the past 15 years. During that time, the Patriots won their division all but one year.

The Tennessee Titans have potential to create the newest dynasty of the NFL. The “new Patriots” if you will. The Jacksonville Jaguars are slowly imploding and the Houston Texans haven’t had the greatest of offseasons with Bill O’Brien as the general manager. It seems as if only the Indianapolis Colts stand in the Titan’s way of Patriot-like dominance over the AFC south. 

Next season, the Titans will be looking for Jon Robinson, Mike Vrabel, and Monti Ossenfort, along with the rest of the coaching staff and front office, to lead the team towards this dominance. Robinson, Vrabel, and Ossenfort all have ties to the New England Patriots. The three will look to bring their experiences from the former dynasty and start a new era of domination in Nashville, Tennessee. 

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