Tennessee Titans 3 most dangerous opposing offenses on their schedule
Imagine Julio Jones as a member of the Tennessee Titans battling the Falcons.
So many things can go wrong in Week 1 of any NFL season for so many reasons. Teams have new coaches. The starters haven’t really played a full four quarters of in-game action. There hasn’t been a ton of time to game plan with the guys who are on the roster because the coaching staff just spent the last month slimming that roster down to 53 men and a practice squad.
With all of that happening, it would be nice if your favorite team drew a divisional clash in Week 1. You know, someone they’re pretty familiar with because they play them twice every season. The Titans didn’t get that break.
Instead, he’s what Tennessee has to deal with. They host one of the game’s young but brilliant offensive minds in Kliff Kingsbury, and with him comes a high-powered offense led by one of the game’s best young signal-callers, Kyler Murray.
Knowing that he can beat you with his arm or his legs (or both) is one thing. Knowing that this game also means your rookie cornerback draws DeAndre Hopkins for his first assignment is equally as frustrating. We should know how healthy Caleb Farley is very quickly.