How do the Tennessee Titans stack up against the rest of the NFL?
The preseason is over, the rosters have been trimmed down and the Tennessee Titans now know exactly what the rosters of the other 31 teams could and should look like in Week 1.
While some changes still need to be made, the bulk of the work is done and it is time to start game planing.
With that in mind, this is where each of the 32 teams in the NFL stand in my power rankings for Week 1.
(Note: I spend a little bit more time on the bottom five, top five, and the Titans)
32. Miami Dolphins
This shouldn’t come as a shock because the Dolphins are actively trying to become the worst team in the NFL, at least in 2019.
After trading former guard/tackle Laremy Tunsil for two first round picks and a second round pick, the Dolphins have basically told the rest of the NFL that they are tapping out of the 2019 season.
If giving up on the season wasn’t enough, then you should also remember that Miami is going to play New England twice and supposedly improved Buffalo Bills and New York Jets teams.