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2015 Tennessee Titans Season Preview

The Tennessee Titans tied the Buccaneers for the worst record in the NFL last season, giving them the number two overall pick. Tennessee decided to go the quarterback route and took Marcus Mariota with the pick. The Titans hope they now have the quarterback that can get them out of the rut they’ve been stuck in since 2009. This year should still be a tough one for Tennessee, as Mariota gains experience, but the fans won’t feel like pulling their hair out watching this team. The defense is still a huge question mark and while the front seven has improved, the secondary ranks among the worst in the league. The Titans should keep a lot of games close, but this looks to be another long season in Tennessee.

Player to Watch

Doral Green-Beckham – Green-Beckham is one of the more interesting rookies in the NFL after sliding down to the second round in the 2015 draft. Off the field issues cost him a first-round selection, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t talented. The 6’6″ receiver may remind a lot of people of a young Calvin Johnson.  Expect Green-Beckham to be Mariota goto receiver and have a big season for the Titans.

Projected Tennessee Titans Starters

Offense
QB: Marcus Mariota
RB: Bishop Sankey
WR: Kendall Wright
WR: Harry Douglas
TE: Delanie Walker
LT: Taylor Lewan
LG: Andy Levitre
C: Brian Schwenke
RG: Chance Warmack
RT: Byron Bell

Defense
DE: DaQuan Jones
NT: Sammie Lee Hill
DT: Jurrell Casey
OLB: Derrick Morgan
ILB: Zach Brown
ILB: Avery Williamson
OLB: Brian Orakpo
CB: Perrish Cox
SS: Da’Norris Searcy
FS: Michael Griffin
CB: Jason McCourty

Tennessee Titans Schedule

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3-13 – Fourth in the AFC South

The Titans are going to be very bad this season and the schedule doesn’t help them.  They open up with two road games at Cleveland and Tampa Bay and those games are must wins, since the schedule gets extremely difficult in week 3 when the Colts come to town.  That game is followed by an early bye week and games against Buffalo and Miami.

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