When Titans founder Bud Adams died in 2013, we saw a lot of organizational changes occur. Most recently, CEO and president Tommy Smith stepped down from his role last month. The team is adamant that they won’t be sold. That’s sad news for former Titans RB Eddie George who says he would gladly buy the team if he had the $2 billion it would cost. George says that the current ownership is “putting out a bad product” and thinks some major changes need to be made.
“[Titans management] been in such dysfunction and disarray,” George said, via 247Sports.com. “I think once they get their house in order, decide on a mission statement of who they want to be, then you can find the right leaders from your coaches on down to extend that culture. After that, championships can happen.”
George has a point. Since 2009, the Titans have only posted one winning season. Fans are becoming more disillusioned with each passing season. Things aren’t looking too good in Nashville.