Tennessee Titans 2017 Schedule Release Information
With the NFL schedule for the 2017 season officially released, we bring you all the information about the Titans that you need.
The Tennessee Titans already knew their opponents for the 2017 season, but they didn’t yet know when they would play those teams. That all changed today, as the official NFL schedule was released. Coming off a 9-7 season in which they just needed one more win to come away with the division crown, 2017 figures to be another step in the right direction.
As always, the Titans will play their division rivals twice each. They play the AFC North, the NFC West, and two additional AFC teams.
The home and away opponents were already known.
Home: Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, Houston Texans, Los Angeles Rams, Cincinnati Bengals, Oakland Raiders, Seattle Seahawks, Baltimore Ravens
Away: Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, Houston Texans, San Francisco 49ers, Cleveland Browns, Miami Dolphins, Arizona Cardinals, Pittsburgh Steelers
Now we know how the full schedule will play out.
Week 1: vs. Oakland Raiders
Week 2: at Jacksonville Jaguars
Week 3: vs. Seattle Seahawks
Week 4: at Houston Texans
Week 5: at Miami Dolphins
Week 6: vs. Indianapolis Colts (MNF)
Week 7: at Cleveland Browns
Week 8: BYE WEEK
Week 9: vs. Baltimore Ravens
Week 10: vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Week 11: at Pittsburgh Steelers (TNF)
Week 12: at Indianapolis Colts
Week 13: vs. Houston Texans
Week 14: at Arizona Cardinals
Week 15: at San Francisco 49ers
Week 16: vs. L.A. Rams
Week 17: vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
We can do some premature analysis and say that the Titans have an easy or hard schedule, but we really don’t know which teams will be good and bad this upcoming year. What we do know is that the Titans get two primetime games: a Monday night home game against the Colts and a Thursday night away meeting with the Steelers. Those should be a lot of fun.
We also know that the Titans will have a really good shot at finishing the season with three straight wins. The Niners are in a severe rebuild, and two straight home games to end the year against the Rams and Jaguars is a welcome sight. Let’s just hope the Jaguars don’t ruin this season like they did the last one.