After earning a career-high 84.2 overall grade in 2016, Tennessee Titans guard Quinton Spain has struggled to return to such form. His run-blocking grade has fallen from 80.8 in 2016 to 57.3 in 2018.
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Spain's pass-blocking grade has been 75.6 or higher all four years of his career; it's his run blocking that has been up and down. He needs to get back to where he was in 2016 as a run blocker to blossom in the NFL again.
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