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RB Dexter McCluster - Tennessee Titans

5-9, 172Born: 8-25-1988College: MississippiDrafted: Round 2

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McCluster has become one of the most dangerous punt returners in the league, earning him a Pro Bowl nod in 2013. If the Titans can provide solid blocking, the team should have one of the better return games this season.


While the Titans didn't give Dexter McCluster a huge contract in free agency, they did appear to overpay him to make sure that he signed on in Tennessee. McCluster should feature prominently on special teams, but his contract suggests he will also be used a lot on offense. Unless Bishop Sankey establishes himself as the third down back, that role should be McCluster's. That should be the floor of his expectations. (May 28)

FBG Staff Rankings

RB Redraft - 62, 43, 48
RB Redraft PPR - 59, 42, 43, 50

Stats and Projections

2011 KC 16 113 510 1 65 47 334 1
2012 KC 16 12 70 0 77 52 452 1
2013 KC 15 8 5 0 83 53 511 2
2014 PROJ-Dodds 15 7 * * 38 * * *
2014 PROJ-Henry 16 36 * * 35 * * *
2014 PROJ-Wood 16 20 * * 35 * * *
2014 PROJ-Tremblay 16 17 * * 35 * * *

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Average Draft Position

Overall: 179
RB: 57
Overall-PPR: 167
RB-PPR: 54

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Latest News

Titans | Shonn Greene good to go (Fri Jul 25, 12:52 PM) - Tennessee Titans RB Shonn Greene (knee) is ready for training camp after missing time in the offseason due to a right knee injury, according to head coach Ken Whisenhunt.

Our View: Shonn Greene is so average, he makes average backs look exciting. A one-dimensional back with two gears - kinda slow and almost as slow - he will lose this job to rookie Bishop Sankey. The only question is when.Right now we see him as a RB5, while Sankey is our pick for the offense as a low-end RB2 or a high-end RB3. A versatile, multidimensional back, Sankey can run well between the tackles an catch the ball a bit. How much he is ultimately on the field might depend on pass-blocking, but we're bullish on him.
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2014 Schedule

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