Tennessee Titans vs Seattle: Seahawks expert shares their weaknesses

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The Tennessee Titans do have some areas that they can attack.

Titan Sized: What would you consider to be the Seahawks’ biggest and most exploitable weaknesses on both offense and defense? Where should the Titans attack if they want success?

On offense, the biggest issue is still the offensive line. There is talent there and the only real question mark is at the center position. However, the line still allows too much consistent pressure on Wilson.

Part of the issue is Wilson still holds on to the ball a bit too much and he is still settling into the new offensive scheme but even in week one, there were too many plays where Wilson got quick pressure on him.

Defensively the issue has to be the cornerbacks. This is was the biggest question all offseason and Seattle made several moves in the last two weeks before week one but the question of how good the group still remains. Against Indy in week one, Carson Wentz wasn’t able to do a whole lot but he was also without T.Y. Hilton.

The Titans have far better receivers than the Colts so this might be the week where Seattle’s biggest weakness on defense, the corners, costs them the game.