Tennessee Titans versus Seattle Seahawks: Bold predictions for Week 2

Ryan Tannehill #17, Tennessee Titans (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)
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Here’s a prediction for the Tennessee Titans defense and the outcome.

Tennessee sacks Russell Wilson twice and holds Seattle’s offense to 250 total yards.

If you know the Seattle Seahawks well enough, you know that they can venture over to the side of inconsistency from time to time. Oh, they’re phenomenal, but they can fall asleep behind the wheel sometimes and take halves or quarters off. It doesn’t happen often. You had just better hope that your team is playing them when they do.

Good weeks can be followed by bad weeks. A great start to the regular season can be followed by a slow a fizzling finish (like we witnessed from Russell Wilson in 2020). Now, while it seems ridiculous to call a team that regularly makes the playoffs, a team that put up 30 points or more eight times in 2020, inconsistent, you get the idea.

Historically, the Hawks have been known to be up and down, to follow good games with bad ones. Hopefully, the letdown comes early in 2021. We’re counting on it. Tennessee’s defense holds the Hawks’ offense in check in this one en route to a surprise bounceback victory on the road.

Tennessee bounces back with a road victory of ten points or more.

So after all of that, you’ve probably concluded that we’re looking for a road win by Tennessee huh? What gave it away? Was it the talk about Ryan Tannehill’s passing performance? Maybe it was the discussion of Derrick Henry’s bounceback?

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Perhaps these bold predictions are the result of some brainstorming by a few guys that love this team. Maybe it’s a combination of those things. Whatever it is, here’s what we know. The Tennessee Titans are one of the more resilient teams that we’ve seen in years. More evidence of that comes early in 2021.

The Tennessee Titans, after shocking the NFL world for the wrong reasons in Week 1, pull off a complete 180 in Week 2. The Titans win this one by ten points or more.