You should be concerned, but it is too early to write off Titans just yet
When you start 1-2 (and especially losing the first two in brutal fashion), you are going to be deeply concerned. Their biggest issues — offensive play-calling and offensive line play — will continue to hold them back if they do not get fixed, and we are seeing how they are keeping the team from being anywhere near a Super Bowl contender.
But is this the end of the world? Absolutely not.
The truth is, every team is bound to go through some adversity and tough times no matter what. The Kansas City Chiefs were looking highly mortal last year before coming back to make the AFC Championship, and the Bills too went through a stretch of last year in which they were looking vanilla. Their stretch included losses to the Jacksonville Jaguars and a blowout loss at home to the Indianapolis Colts.
And do not forget about the Titans last year, when they got blown out in their home opener to the Arizona Cardinals and even lost to the New York Jets all within the first four weeks of the season. They have proven that they can turn things around when they are bad even when everyone expected them to be in the first place.
Heck, they already managed to virtually save their season by not starting 0-3, so they again showed that a bad game or two to start the year is not going to kill them. No, it was not pretty, but sometimes just even getting a win is as important as how you get it, and the Titans got one with their backs to the wall.
There is definitely a chance that this is going to be a long year, as the offense especially looks like it could use an overhaul soon. But past Titans teams and other past teams have proven that one bad stretch does not mean the season is over, and the 2019 Titans are the perfect example of that.