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For the first time in a week, the Tennessee Titans had no positive COVID tests.
Now, this is a long road and there are a lot of hurdles to overcome before we can really think about the Buffalo Bills matchup this weekend. However, what we can do is look at the smoldering remains of the Titans roster and try to piece together who is going to play if a game took place.
Depending on the severity of the symptoms that each individual has and with back to back negative tests needed, it is hard to project anyone on the COVID list joining the Titans this weekend. That isn’t even including the extra caution that Mike Vrabel takes with injuries or the recovery time involved to get these players back into shape.
It has been 8 days since we have seen the Titans in action, but we were lucky enough to see them in three games and to see which players they liked both as backups and role players. From that, it was pretty easy to reverse engineer a makeshift depth chart going into this weekend.
Here is the position by position breakdown of what you should expect and the names you should get familiar with before Sunday (again, fingers crossed) as the Titans prepare to take on the surprisingly dominant Buffalo Bills.