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2009 Tennessee Titans Season Preview
Projected 2009 Finish (10-6)
2nd Place AFC South

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Tennessee Titans 2009 NFL Projection:
Last season we projected the Titans to go (12-4). They did us one better at (13-3) as Kerry Collins took over the quarterback position from Vince Young, leading the Titans into the postseason where they lost a divisional playoff game to the Ravens, even though Tennessee completely dominated the matchup.

Once again the Titans enter the season with many qualities needed to win NFL games. They possess a tremendous offensive line with Michael Roos, Eugene Amano, Kevin Mawae, Jake Scott, and David Stewart. In fact, their strength on offensive line is exactly why we praised the selection of running back Chris Johnson in last season’s draft. The pick made perfect sense and it paid off handsomely.

Coming into ’09, LenDale White shed some pounds. It will be interesting to see if his quicker step will be more valuable than his former punishing size.

The Titans added wide receiver Nate Washington from the Steelers and drafted wide receiver Kenny Britt in an effort to improve the potency of the passing game. The result could be an offense that scores quicker compared to last season, forcing the defense back onto the field earlier… Not always a desirable wish.

Of course Tennessee also possesses a strong defense. But the loss of defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth cannot be sugarcoated… How often have we seen the Titans’ defense struggle in the past when Haynesworth wasn’t able to suit up?

On the plus side, defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch is back from a groin injury.

The Titans return a solid linebacking crew with Bulluck, Tulloch, Thorton, and Fowler… As well as a great secondary with studs like Cortland Finnegan, Michael Griffin, and Chris Hope. However, the departure of Haynesworth up front could negatively affect their coverage.

Schedule Analysis:
A look at Tennessee’s 2009 schedule shows approximately 7 games that look tough on paper;

Record Projection:
It may be challenging for Tennessee to duplicate last season’s dominance when they scored 141 more points than they allowed– especially after losing their dominating presence up front in Albert Haynesworth.

The Titans have talent on both sides of the ball. Probably enough to reach double digit wins again. Overall we forecast a mark of (10-6) in 2009.

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