5 dream scenarios for the Titans in 2024

What if all goes right in 2024?
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It's been an eventful offseason for the Tennessee Titans and, quite frankly, most of the AFC South. This division should be more competitive and exciting in 2024, which is great for the Titans.

Adding big names on both sides of the ball over the past few months, the Titans feel as though they're ready to take things up a notch and compete at a higher level, especially as second-year quarterback Will Levis continues to develop and ascend.

If everything goes right for Tennessee this coming season, a few things might end up coming to fruition. Let's say things go exactly as planned and, short of predicting a Super Bowl victory, we'll dive into some of the best-case scenarios for the Titans in 2024.

1. Titans defense leaps into the top 10

As bad as this defense may have seemed at times in 2023, they weren't far off from entering the top 10 units in football. Finishing the year 17th in yards allowed per game and 16th in points per game, the Titans knew what they had to do.

Tennessee went out and added two legitimate, starting corners in L'Jarius Sneed and Chidobe Awuzie. They added competition at linebacker with Kenneth Murray. Plus, the Titans added a highly-talented rookie up front in second-round pick T'Vondre Sweat.

Sweat may end up being the key to it all. Between he and Jeffrey Simmons, the Titans could have one heck of a one-two punch on the interior. Stuffing the run and getting after the passer from the interior will lead the defense to tightening up against the pass as well, and Sweat and Simmons are the catalyst there.

In a perfect world, the Titans' defensive additions help them finish the year inside the top 10 overall.