Tennessee Titans vs San Diego Chargers: Week 3 Staff Predictions

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Tennessee Titans at San Diego Chargers: Week 3 Staff Predictions

Sep 15, 2013; Houston, TX, USA; Tennessee Titans strong safety Bernard Pollard (31) smiles as fans taunt him after he injured Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson (80) (not pictured) during the second half at Reliant Stadium. The Texans won 30-24. Mandatory Credit: Thomas Campbell-USA TODAY Sports

Week 3 of the 2013-14 NFL season features the home-opener for the Tennessee Titans. On Sep. 22, the Titans will host the San Diego Chargers. The Titans will attempt to end a losing streak that dates back to 1992. The Chargers have won the last nine meetings. That includes a 38-10 shellacking from last season.

Check out the standings from our current contestants:

Last Week
Ben Greene (Lead Columnist, 1-0)
Trey Frisbey (Contributor I, 1-0)
Nicholas Pitakos (Staff Writer, 1-0)
Joshua Huffman (Editor, 1-0)
Russell Griffin (Contributor I, 0-1)
Titan Sized Community (0-1)

Overall Leader Board
Ben Greene (Lead Columnist, 2-0)
Trey Frisbey (Contributor I, 2-0)
Titan Sized Community (1-1)
Russell Griffin (Contributor I, 1-1)
Nicholas Pitakos (Staff Writer, 1-1)
Joshua Huffman (Editor, 1-1)

81 of 149 community respondents (54 percent) picked the Titans to defeat the Texans. It didn’t work out this time. I don’t expect fan confidence to shift for the home-opener. Nor should it change.

The following are the Titan Sized staff’s predictions and evaluations for the upcoming Chargers vs Titans matchup. The editor (Joshua Huffman) posts his picks and complete Titans vs. Texans evaluation in a separate article. Check out his Week 3 analysis here.

For everyone else? Continue to next page.

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  • Lem

    Bad offence against a bad defense – SD wins, SD will stop the run and force the pass.
    Good defense against a very good offense. – SD wins, Titans will need to have constant pressure, no just 1 or two sacks.
    Special teams slight edge to SD, better punter and FG kicker. Returns go to Titans
    If Titans force turnovers it will be a close game, if they don’t no chance.
    SD has played 2 good teams – Titans one good team.

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