NFL Predictions for 2010 Season: Tennessee Titans

August 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In 2008, the Tennessee Titans ended Indy's reign at the top of the AFC South by posting an NFL-best 13-3 regular season record. But the Titans were not able to build on their impressive 2008 campaign. In fact, they were 0-6 before you could even blink an eye last season.
Tennessee's horrific start prompted head coach Jeff Fisher to give quarterback Vince Young another shot. The move paid off as Tennessee went on to finish the year 8-2. Although it was too little too late in terms of the playoffs, the Titans' second half surge has them very confident as they enter their 2010 campaign.
Offense: Led by running back Chris Johnson, the Titans boasted the No. 2 ranked rushing offense in the NFL last season. Johnson was nothing short of spectacular as he became only the sixth back in NFL history to eclipse the 2,000 yard mark in a single season. Johnson also proved to be a major asset in the passing game, catching 50 passes for 503 yards. He will be the focal point of the Tenn...

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