Tennessee Titans 2013 Season Win Total Outlook & Projection:
2013 Tennessee Titans Las Vegas Season Win Total Line;
As of this writing, oddsmakers have the 2013 NFL regular season
win total line
for the Tennessee Titans set at 6.5 wins.
This number represents a decrease of 1 win from Tennessee’s
prior year season win total line of 7.5, which the Titans went under,
finishing with a record of (6-10).
In 2013 the Titans have rebuilt their offensive line with the additions
of LG Andy Levitre and first round pick RG Chance Warmack.
This should do wonders for a unit that is solid at the other spots. And
could once again open the door for RB Chris Johnson to run wild as he did behind
the strong offensive lines back when Jeff Fisher was coach.
The improvement upfront could also do wonders for QB Jake
Locker who could use an extra half a second to make better decisions
with the football.
On the defensive side of the ball the hiring of Gregg Williams
could help turn around a defense that surrendered far too many
points last season.
The Titans also made moves to beef up the interior of their defensive line,
while also providing insurance for oft injured MLB Colin McCarthy.
Once again the Titans are slated to play what appears to be
an easy schedule on paper with the combined winning percentage of their opponents in the prior season
checking in at just .488.
6 contests versus teams that won 6 or fewer games last season;
- NY Jets in week 4
- Kansas City in week 5
- Jacksonville in week 10
- @Oakland in week 12
- Arizona in week 15
- @Jacksonville in week 16
The records of the above teams were so poor last season, it skews the Titans’
strength of schedule to the downside, making it appear easier on paper than in reality.
In 2013 the Titans will play 7 games versus teams that made the playoffs last year;
Other potentially competitive matchups for the Titans in their current state include;
@Pittsburgh in week 1, San Diego in week 3, and @St. Louis in week 9.
In 2013 we now project the Titans to go (7-9), barely topping the
Vegas season win total line of 6.5 games. This is a slight downgrade from our opening projection based on
MLB Colin McCarthy not being ready for the start of the season.
Note — we would view an improvement of one win year over year as extremely positive because
Tennessee’s schedule has considerably more
tough opponents on paper compared to last season.
In the end, look for Tennessee’s revamped offensive line to pave the way toward a more respectable
net points differential in 2013, with potential for greater improvement in the win column in 2014.
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