13. Dallas Cowboys
The Titans are well aware of what the Cowboys can and cannot do. Last year they showed that the players on the field can win by running the ball effectively, but if they have to pass to someone other than Amari Cooper, good luck.
Defensively, they have a decent pass rush and good linebackers but they can be a little porous at DB and they can struggle to stay hot.
Last year the Titans provided the perfect game plan to dominate the Cowboys even when you have the deck stacked against you. Some people remember that the Titans beatdown of Dallas started with them almost being down three scores only to see the Titans storm back for a victory.
If you take away Cooper, the Cowboys will go away from Zeke and beat themselves.
12. Chicago Bears
It is an unpopular opinion, but the Bears are like the Titans but slightly worse.
I’ll get into it in a second, but the strengths are the same for both: defensive driven teams that can hit stretches of good offense but need their QBs to do better in crucial years. The difference is, the Bears have Khalil Mack and the Titans have a better offensive line, a better RB, better DBs, better LBs, and better WRs.