The Championship tour of the Tennessee Titans continues

The Championship tour of the Tennessee Titans continues

Jones reportedly stated, “I’ve come so close several times, whether it was from high school to college to the professionals.” “I am certain that we can get it done here.” I have faith in the coach [Mike Vrabel] and the organisation. And I’m hoping to win.

No one can say he has not done his part to get one by now.

In all, just 10 players from that draft class have at least 150 regular-season appearances to their credit. That group includes quarterback Russell Wilson and safety Bobby Wagner, who won a Super Bowl with Seattle, and defensive lineman Fletcher Cox, who won one with Philadelphia. Additionally, defensive lineman Michael Brockers and kicker Greg Zuerlein were with the Los Angeles Rams when they lost Super Bowl LIII to New England.

Among all players drafted in 2012, Jones is tied with linebacker Demario Davis for the most games played in the regular season with 160 – out of a possible 161 (Jones missed one game in 2019 due to a concussion). He has been a part of six playoff teams (two with Houston, four with Tennessee) and has logged another 10 postseason contests, twice as many as Davis.

Story Highlights

  • As he prepares for his 11th NFL season, and his seventh as the Tennessee Titans’ starting center, he has one goal in mind: to win a title. But his title quest began before he was drafted in the fourth round of the 2012 draught.

  • “It will be that much more special to me to do it the right way and end my career in Tennessee winning a championship.”

A rundown of the NFL players selected in the 2012 NFL Draft with the most career regular-season appearances:

· Ben Jones, C, fourth round (99th overall) – 160 games

· Demario Davis, ILB, third round (77th overall) – 160 games · Bryan Anger, P, third round (70th overall) – 159 games

· Justin Bethel, DB, sixth round (177th overall) – 159 games · Russell Wilson, QB, third round (75th overall) – 158 games

· Fletcher Cox, DT, first round (12th overall) – 156 games · Michael Brockers, DT, first round (14th overall) – 154 games

· Greg Zuerlein, K, sixth round (171st overall) – 151 games Motivated by Defeat

· Bobby Wagner, S, second round (47th overall) – 151 games · Kevin Zeitler, G, first round (27th overall) – 152 games