Tennessee Titans hardest 2015 games: #13


With the NFL (pre)season about to start it is time to actually look forward to the season ahead and start thinking about where the Tennessee Titans stand. I will make a season projection after a few preseason games, but in the meantime I think it is interesting to rank the games I see as the easiest (#16) to the hardest (#1).

So with that said, here is a at this ranking.

#13: Week 11 @ Jacksonville Jaguars

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The Jacksonville Jaguars are expecting to start six players on offense with three years of experience or less. That is even if you don’t include #3 wide receivers and if A.J. Cann doesn’t start.

I don’t want to beat a dead horse on this, but Dick LeBeau is a genius at confusing young players and the Jaguars can’t expect to have just anyone come off of the plane and adapt to his defense.

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    Opposing quarterbacks last year averaged a 99.1 passer rating against the Jacksonville Jaguars. That mark was 29th in the league.

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