The Tennessee Titans have one thing to hang their hat on.
Since the opening week of the season, the Tennessee Titans have had the same starters and most of the same depth players.
Compare that to the rest of the AFC South and there is a reason to have a tinge of optimism in a dark time.
I think it was Mike Vrabel who said this preseason that the injury rate in the NFL is 100% and what he meant by that is that players are going to get hurt, that is just the nature of the game.
However, the Titans have been able to delay this inevitability through three weeks and for a team that was already missing their Pro Bowl left tackle due to suspension and their 1st round draft pick from 2019, that is huge.
The only real injury that the Tennessee Titans have dealt with was at right guard where they were forced to start Jamil Douglas, but that is because Mike Vrabel and Jon Robinson decided to cut Corey Levin and keep Douglas and Kevin Pamphile.