What a dream-scenario season might look like for the 2020 Titans
The Tennessee Titans are right there. Really, like, they’re so close at this point to being the team that we all want them to be. The team we all know they can be.
Four consecutive winning seasons and an AFC Championship appearance have proven one thing of recent Titans teams: if nothing else they are a well-coached group of talented players.
With great talent at key positions on both sides of the ball, you can see how (with just a few more breaks here and there), they could have made the Super Bowl last season.
In a world where everything clicked just right, a world where Derrick Henry was able to keep up the pace for one more game, or a world where Malcolm Butler could stay healthy, or a world where someone COULD ACTUALLY tackle Patrick Mahomes, the Titans might have been playing for a Super Bowl.
Those are the best-case scenario outcomes for 2019. In a perfect world, one where everything plays out to its best possible resolution, the 2019 Tennessee Titans could use their great offense and strong defense to make a Super Bowl run. And the 2020 Titans could do the same.
Things are about to get dangerously optimistic. But the golden, best-case roadmap for the 2020 Tennessee Titans, from offense to defense, probably looks a little something like this…