All in all, it should be another deep playoff run
Between a defense that’s taking the ball at will and getting teams off the field and an explosive offense that can make the most of those opportunities awarded by the defense, the Titans don’t just win the AFC South, they do so in a runaway, securing at least one home playoff game for the first time since 2008.
But while momentum ran dry in Tennessee’s 2019 playoff push, things play out a bit different in 2020. Now with the defense playing at a truly elite level, and the offense motivated by revenge, the Titans blast through teams all the way to the AFC Championship game, where this time, they do more than just appear.
Will there be some bumps in the road? Potentially, but the Tennessee Titans are built to overcome a lot of issues.
With time left to get even deeper in free agency or through a trade, the Titans have star power at every level of the offense and defense and it is time for this team to take the respect that their fans so desperately crave.
Mike Vrabel is on the precipice of being one of the top-5 coaches in the NFL if he can handle the changes he has had to deal with, and Jon Robinson is already one of the five best GMs in the NFL, but this would give the country a nice reminder of that.
All of that can be had in a dream season for the Titans.