3 storylines for the Titans offense.
The Tennessee Titans, excuse me, the undefeated Tennessee Titans are still fresh off the heels of an opening week 16-14 victory against the Denver Broncos. One that contained a lot of good, a lot of bad, and a lot of room for speculation about what exactly the Titans offense is going to look like moving forward.
Penalties all over the field in the first half told the tale of a Titans team still shaking off the rust as a whole, but individual players and position groups weren’t immune to that inexperience as well. You could see it in Derrick Henry’s game, with the running back failing to hit over 4.0 yards per carry for the first time in a regular-season game for the first time since Week 6 of 2019 (ironically, also against the Broncos).
You could see it in a few drops from some Titans pass-catchers, a few poor throws from Ryan Tannehill, and a few points left off the board from missed field goals and drives that stalled out.
But with the poorer moments, there were still plenty of positives to take away, all leading to a general sense that we just need to see more from this Titans offense. On Sunday, we’ll get just that, when they take on the also undefeated Jacksonville Jaguars.
When these two rivals kick-off, there will be question marks and storylines to watch all over the field. But above all, there are three big storylines on offense you’ll want to watch for heading into Sunday’s game.