Titans' Ben Jones In Top 6 of PFF's center rankings

Tennessee Titans community Ben Jones is effectively one of the most underestimated players at his situation in the NFL

after regularly assembling great to extraordinary seasons during his time in Nashville.

Jones was a high need for Tennessee to keep this offseason, as he was set to raise a ruckus around town market

Be that as it may, the Titans had the option to keep their hostile line sturdy on a two-year bargain worth $14 million, which is a take for such a decent player.

In front of the 2022 mission, Pro Football Focus' Ben Linsey selected Jones as the No. 6 focus in the NFL, setting him in the level of "good, veteran starters."

Jones has become quite possibly the most misjudged players at the situation in late seasons with the Titan. He hasn't made a Pro Bowl or All-Pro group in 10 NFL seasons,

yet he's been the third-most-important focus in the NFL beginning around 2019, as per PFF's Wins Above Replacement (PFF WAR) metric. He's assumed a critical part in opening up paths

On top of Jones' heavenly appearing on the field, he has been surprisingly solid, as the 32-year-old (33 in July) has missed only one game beginning around 2014.

While the Titans are set to have numerous inquiries marks along the hostile line in 2022, Jones isn't one of them.