Tennessee Titans schedule: Jets expert shares most glaring weaknesses

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Here’s a question the Tennessee Titans have been asking themselves this week.

Naturally, we had to ask Fried, while we had his ear, about a couple of weaknesses the Tennessee Titans could exploit to earn a win on Sunday.

Titan Sized: What, in your opinion, would be the Jets’ biggest weakness on both offense and defense? Where should Tennessee attack on both sides of the ball?

The Jets’ biggest weakness on defense is probably at linebacker. C.J. Mosley is looking more and more like his old self each week, but they have nothing alongside him.

Rookies Jamien Sherwood and Hamsah Nasirildeen look overwhelmed, as you’d expect from Day 3 picks who have been playing the position for only a few months. Meanwhile, Quincy Williams and Del’Shawn Phillips are not starting-caliber players.

Safety is a major concern now with Marcus Maye out as well. The Jets are down their top four safeties.

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As for the offense, can I say everything? The offensive ineptitude spans from the quarterback to the play calling to the offensive line to the skill players. Nothing is working right now.

The Jets haven’t scored a touchdown since Week 1. They’re being outscored 46-3 in the first half of games. Perhaps it’s a cop-out answer, but the entire offense is the offense’s biggest weakness.

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