Tennessee Titans 2010 NFL Projection:
“SWOT analysis” of the 2010 Titans (including strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and
threats) followed by the FootballLOCKS.com classic schedule analysis
and a record projection summary.
LT Michael Roos, LG Eugene Amano (now at center), RG Jake Scott, RT David Stewart,
offensive line’s run blocking, offensive line’s pass blocking, RB Chris Johnson,
head coach Jeff Fisher, QB depth, Vince Young’s winning percentage (historical
4th quarter heroics),
punt coverage, CB Cortland Finnegan, K Rob Bironas, DT Jason Jones (focused & healthy).
Pass defense, wide receiver core, kickoff returns.
The return of DT Jason Jones looks to be just what the defense needed.
1st round draft selection DE Derrick Morgan could improve the pass rush.
LB Will Witherspoon brings a veteran presence.
Rookie CB Alterraun Verner has impressed in preseason.
Can QB Vince Young keep up the winning?
We think so.
Loss of C Kevin Mawae (Leroy Harris will start at LG as Eugene Amano must slide to center),
loss of LB Keith Bulluck, loss of DE Kyle Vanden Bosch,
CB Cortland Finnegan’s health, DT Tony Brown’s health,
WR Kenny Britt disappointing preseason…
Abundance of competitive teams
in the AFC heading into the ’10 season
the New York Jets, Baltimore Ravens,
Cincinnati Bengals, Indianapolis Colts, Miami Dolphins, Pittsburgh
Steelers, Tennessee Titans, San Diego Chargers, New England Patriots, and Houston Texans.
In 2010 the Titans will play just 5 games versus teams that made the playoffs last year;
The Titans could be quite fortunate to have drawn their road trip to Indianapolis
in week 17
as the Colts could be prime for one their classic week 17 tank jobs.
Other potentially competitive matchups include;
In spite Tennessee’s scheduling front only containing a few playoff teams, the Titans
do draw a bevy of talented squads as noted above.
Overall we project the Titans to go (10-6) in 2010.
With a tremendous offensive line paving the way for Chris Johnson, and what looks to be a
much stronger defensive line compared to last season,
the Titans could be one of those teams
no-one looks forward to playing.
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