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2015 Tennessee Predictions

The Titans were an abysmal 2-14 a season ago, landing themselves at the number two draft position and picking what they hope will be their franchise QB for years to come in Marcus Mariota.

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Tennessee Titans
2014 record: 2-14
Titans Odds to win 2015 AFC Conference: 100/1
Titans Odds to win 2015 Super Bowl: 200/1

Well if there’s a little upside to this team, it’s that they could potentially boast a winning record after a week one tilt with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a match up that will pit first and second overall picks Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota against one another.

The downside is that  may be the only time you’ll see the Titans with a winning record all season as they travel into Cleveland in week two before making their home debut against the powerhouse Colts.

All eyes will be on Mariota this season and his development may precede the team’s success in terms of priorities for the 2015 campaign. The Titans just aren’t good enough to compete right now, but if Heisman Trophy winner Mariota shows he has what it takes to be a legitimate NFL stater, this team has something to build around.

The receiving core on this team is not anything to sneeze at and Mariota will have a pretty decent group of guys to look to. Kendall Wright is the clear cut number one option, but the Titans have added the likes of Harry Douglas who was a very solid number three on a Falcons team that featured Julio Jones and Roddy White. The Titans also picked up a Super Bowl champ in the form of Hakeem Nicks, who like Douglas, was the third/fourth option in Indianapolis behind T.Y. Hilton and tight ends Dwayne Allen and Coby Fleener.

Essentially the Titans have a second tier number one receiver in Wright and a pretty solid supporting cast, so it’s not as if Mariota is going to be without any targets. In all seriousness, Mariota was dealt a much better hand with his variety of options that what Jameis Winston was given in Tampa with Mike Evans as really the only playmaker.

Offense should be much improved this year for the Titans who were miserable at putting points on the board last season, managing just 254 points, good enough to outscore just Jacksonville and Oakland in that category. If their offense was bad a season ago, the defense was a complete disaster, ranking in the bottom three in nearly every category.

Tennessee will get inside linebacker Zach Brown back this year, after he suffered a season ending pectoral injury on the first series of the season last year.  Brown will figure into a new look defense that will be headed up by Dick Lebeau, who will be introducing a 3-4 defense this year. Brown is speedy and physical and should help in the pass game in shutting off opposing tight ends, but whether he can help what was an awful run defense a year ago remains a question mark.

Titans Betting Outlook:

The AFC South is still just a two horse race between the favourite Colts and the bubble Texans. Tennessee is still down in that “not even close” category, hence their 200/1 odds to win the Super Bowl. Put $5 on them if you really want to, I mean how often do you get the chance to turn $5 into $1,000? But the reason for that is because 200/1 bets just don’t win.

This team will in all likelihood be eliminated from the post season by week 11 which is actually terrible luck as that will start one of, if not the easiest four game stretch of any team in football. The Titans will see the Jaguars twice, along with the Raiders and Jets between weeks 11 to 14. Unfortunately it will just be way too late for it to matter by that point.

Tennessee 2015 Prediction

Opening the season against the Bucs presents a very realistic shot at starting 1-0. And the four game stretch mentioned above should open the door for a few more wins.

The crossover against the NFC South is favourable as well, and their home tilt against the Falcons could be a close one.

This team looks like one that could run off some wins late and cost them a few draft positions, and a 5-11 record seems realistic. An improvement over last year’s 2-14 tire fire, but there’s still quite a ways to go for the Titans.

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