With the Tennessee Titans’ offensive line at full strength for the first time this season, can the offense take it to the next level?
The Tennessee Titans have done it again. Not only did they capitalize by defeating the Atlanta Falcons in Week 4, but they also managed to make a fool of me once more.
Let me explain.
During the offseason, I predicted the Titans to go 2-2 after the first quarter of the year. The problem is, I had them dropping games to the Cleveland Browns and the Falcons, but winning their divisional matchups versus the Indianapolis Colts and Jacksonville Jaguars.
Subsequently, I have dropped to 0-4 in our expert weekly predictions. As this pattern has developed, I’ve pondered picking the Titans to lose for the remainder of the 2019 schedule — let’s wrap this thing up at 14-2.
Enough about me.
Dad is back in action, and not a moment too soon. The ever-volatile Titans — rivaling only the current state of the stock market — need stability. The Titans’ newly-designed offensive line will be 100 percent operational for the first time on Sunday.
And after months of anticipation, General Manager Jon Robinson’s vision for this group will finally be on display.