On Sunday, Eric Decker signed a one-year deal with the Tennessee Titans which was his only visit this off-season. The news came on Father's Day and Decker seemed pretty happy as he posted a picture with his two kids via Twitter sharing the big news. Titans QB Marcus Mariota now has a veteran target who can be a huge weapon in the open field.

Mariota led the young Titans to a record of 9 wins and 7 losses last season. The team just missed the playoffs despite having a winning record. It was head coach Mike Mularkey's first full season as a head coach with the team after replacing former coach Ken Whisenhunt about halfway through the 2015 NFL season.

Having the experience of Decker could make the Titans one of the most exciting teams to watch this upcoming season.

What the Titans have to offer

Besides having a great young quarterback in Marcus Mariota, the Titans have a strong ground game with DeMarco Murray coming out of the backfield. Murray seemed to shine and get back to the Murray that was believed to be the next best RB in the game after his one dominant season with the Dallas Cowboys. The next season he would surprisingly bolt the Philly to play for the Philadelphia Eagles where he never could quite find his game under Chip Kelly's awkward style of offense and ultimately wound up with Tennessee. Since he's been on board, he has bounced back and become one of the Titans biggest weapons.

Tight end Delanie Walker has been one of the best in the league since he's been a member of the Tennessee Titans. He's been Mariota's biggest target since the young QB has arrived. Adding Decker should help take away some of the guaranteed attention that Walker will receive this season.

2017 draft picks

With the fifth overall selection in the 2017 NFL Draft, the Tennessee Titans drafted wideout Corey Davis and with the 72nd pick, they chose another wideout in Taywan Taylor. Davis was a star at Western Michigan for four straight years. In his season year, he caught an amazing 97 receptions for 1,500 yards and also added 19 touchdowns.

Taylor, on the other hand, was a star wideout as Western Kentucky for four years as well. In his senior year, he broke the school record he set during his junior year by bringing in 98 receptions for 1,730 yards, and 17 touchdowns. His 253 total receptions are an all-time school record.

The Titans have high expectations of their two new young receivers and adding Decker alongside them can help them grow with the experience he brings along with him.

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