Two weeks into the NFL season, on the pure eye test, the Titans look much better that expected. However, their 1-1 record screams mediocrity – on paper at least.
It’s time for that to change. The Titans had the opportunity to knock off a really good Houston Texans team on the road, but faltered late. They could’ve been entering week three at 2-0, but they’re not.
What next? Figure out a way to quiet the naysayers and bounce back – after the way they lost – against a San Diego Chargers team that is playing some improved ball of their own.
It won’t be easy, it’ll probably take their best offensive performance thus far, but it can be done.
Nevertheless, let’s take a look at the biggest questions that stand in the way between a Titans 2-1 start to the season.