Tennessee Titans top areas of concern ahead of Week 2 versus Seahawks

Ryan Tannehill, Tennessee Titans (Mandatory Credit: Imagn Images photo pool)
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Ryan Tannehill #17, Tennessee Titans
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The Tennessee Titans must realize it’s just one game.

Sure, you have to be tired of hearing this by now, but it was just one game. The Tennessee Titans will have their opportunities to improve as the season moves forward. Every season, even for a team with high expectations, bad days are bound to occur, and maybe this is a result of a lack of practice time by key pieces on both sides of the ball.

Remember that even last season’s Super Bowl Champions, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, lost badly in Week 1 when they had high expectations for the season.

In Week 1 of 2020, the Tennessee Titans were only able to score 16 points on offense, which isn’t much better than the 13 they recorded this past Sunday.  The only difference was in last year’s game, they played against a much worse offense.

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At the end of the day, this team is still the clear favorite to win the AFC South, and Tennessee has the talent and structure to turn things around. Think about it. Would you rather struggle early in the season only to turn it around, or vice versa? This team may have several areas to rectify, but at least there are 16 games left on the schedule.