​The Titans have focused on surrounding Marcus Mariota with more talented weapons this offseason by drafting wide receiver Corey Davis with the fifth overall pick along with a couple other mid-round draft picks at tight end and wide receiver. 

Outside of Delanie Walker, Mariota hasn't had many high-level options to throw to in his first two NFL seasons, but Tennessee aims to change that in 2017 by signing Eric Decker to go along with their top-5 pick in Davis.

​​Decker dealt with hip and shoulder injuries that sidelined him for 13 out of 16 games last season, but he had gained over 950 yards receiving in each of the previous four seasons with double-digit touchdown totals in three out of four years.

Decker is only 30 years old, but Tennessee gave him a one-year deal to see how he recovers from those pretty serious injuries. Combine that with the other options they have around Mariota, and all of a sudden the Titans' offense looks pretty dangerous.

If Decker proves to be healthy, the AFC South will have a difficult time slowing down this dynamic offense in 2017.