Tennessee Titans schedule: 3 Opposing defenses worth mentioning

Mike Vrabel, Tennessee Titans (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)
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We’ll know how good the Tennessee Titans are on offense very quickly.

In a world where the “best games” are back and forth with two teams lighting up the scoreboard and putting up points seemingly on every possession, there’s still a love for defensive football. Well, that’s not true. Tennessee Titans fans can agree or disagree with this theory, but the fact of the matter is this.

We all only really enjoy watching great defenses play when those defenses play for our favorite teams. Otherwise, we want to see big plays on special teams, long touchdown passes (and even longer runs), and it wouldn’t hurt if the D could come up with a pick-six or a fumble that helps them get into the end zone as well. Again, the “best games” occur when stuff like that is going on.

Every year, the NFL changes rules to make things easier on the offense, but talented defenses endure. In 2021 the Tennessee Titans are going to be a much better offense than some fans believe, but there will be challenges.

Take a moment. Kick your feet up, and give this one a look. Here are three defensive units that figure to give the two-tone blue a few problems during the 2021-2022 season. Newly promoted offensive coordinator Todd Downing may have to stay up a little longer before the kickoff of these games.