A look at what might be some of the most exciting individual and team match-ups on the Tennessee Titans’ 2020 schedule.
May is boring in the life of a football fan, but just because the Titans and the NFL are on break, doesn’t mean there’s not still news to be shared– both good and bad.
Starting with the bad news, we’re still nowhere close to having Titans football. Or any football, really. An offseason without the NFL has been made even worse with no other sports to serve as a distraction– other than the Korean Baseball Organization and their 5:30 a.m. games, of course.
The good news, because I know you’ve been waiting for that, is that just because football games are on break doesn’t mean we don’t have football stuff happening. First was a fun distraction of free agency, then the NFL Draft provided another reprieve, and now, it’s the NFL schedule release.
The league officially dropping the schedule for all 32 teams is slightly less exciting since teams have known who they were going to play since January, but there’s something exciting about being able to see the official order of when each of those teams will be on schedule.
Even more, it gives us a more in-depth chance to analyze some of those games. Better still, it gives us the chance to analyze some of the specific matchups that those games have to offer.
Certain players and certain position groups on the roster’s of the Titans and their opponents just seem tailor-made for entertaining football. Be it Tennessee’s rushing offense against a good front seven, a talented passing attack against the Titans’ secondary, or even a couple of great one on one battles, the Titans schedule will have some fun matchups to look forward to, beyond just the overall game.
Narrowing down the best matchups was a tall task, but I’ve managed to trim the list. So here are the five matchups that I am looking forward to the most in the 2020 Titans’ season: