5 reasons the Tennessee Titans will go from contenders to champions

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The 2020 Tennessee Titans season has all the potential to be one of the most special years in franchise history.

Coming off their most successful season since the late-great Steve McNair days, the Titans are poised to make a legitimate run for the title once again after falling just one win short of their second Super Bowl appearance.

Unfortunately for Titans fans, it’s beginning to look like many of us won’t get the opportunity to see the two-tone blue play in person come fall after the team announced that they will likely play the 2020 season with limited at best fans inside Nissan stadium.

Regardless of what happens in the stands, the product on the field is what truly matters and this Titans team could not be more primed for a dominant 2020 season. The Titans return virtually every main contributor from last season, on top of a fresh and talented draft class that are ready to help take them over the top.

Following the retirement of longtime coordinator, Dean Pees, head coach Mike Vrabel will seemingly take an expanded role on the defense.

Vrabel choosing to go with this strategy allows the defense to remain in-tact so they may work on improving the intricate details of the defense as opposed to trying to learn a whole new defense in a reduced offseason.

There are many things to look forward to as a Titans fan even if we aren’t allowed to see them in person this upcoming season due to the global pandemic restrictions. This article is going to analyze and elaborate on what makes this team different from those in the past, and why this Titans squad has all the potential to be the team we have all dreamed about since the day we became Titans fans.

With all that said, let’s take a look at the five biggest reasons I believe the 2020 Tennessee Titans have all the potential to go from contenders to champions.

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