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If the Tennessee Titans are to get back in the race for the playoffs they’ll have to swagger through the AFC South, no small task. Luckily the home schedule gives Tennessee time to get ready as the Indianapolis Colts visit LP Field early in December and the Texans two weeks later. But the Titans will face a test in Week 2 as the Steelers come to town. The schedule also includes visits from the Broncos, Eagles, and Redskins so 2014 Tennessee Titans tickets have plenty to offer.
Tennessee Titans tickets are an NFL ticket whose time appears to have come. The Vince Young era has been resurrected in Nashville and the anticipation can be felt in the air around LP Field. A quick recap is in order to understand why. The Titans depressed their fans with an 0-6 start, a miserable way to defend an AFC South title. Kerry Collins, who performed well in 2008, faltered big time in 2009. In desperation Head Coach Jeff Fisher once again handed the reins of the team to Vince Young and the response was electric. Young rejuvenated the Titans, helping to win six of their last eight games. Time spent on the bench appears to have helped Vince Young get his head together and he’ll be relied on heavily in the upcoming season along with Chris Johnson. Together this pair of offensive weapons could make Tennessee Titans tickets the best NFL ticket in the AFC South in 2009.
A running back like Chris Johnson just seems to make things easier on the rest of the team. Johnson was a phenomenon is 2009, breaking the 2,000 yard mark on the ground with a mind numbing 358 carries. With 12 100-yard games in the season Chris Johnson punished teams with speed and power. To reduce the load, the Titans will use Javon Ringer, another tough runner who fights for every yard. Keeping Johnson healthy and productive is a key for the Titans in 2010.
Of course Vince Young needs to be on his game. Young is a maddening to defend as his mobility keeps defensive lineman in check and his tendency to rip off long impromptu runs drives defensive coordinators batty. His maturity began to show in 2009 as he eliminated mistakes, became a more accurate passer, and displayed the leadership of an NFL quarterback. Young will get help from a group of wide receivers with potential. Nate Washington looks healthy again and should regain the form he showed in Pittsburgh. Kenny Britt is an up and comer, a young and speedy wide receiver with good hands. If nothing else, Tennessee Titans tickets should be worthwhile just for the offensive show in 2010.
On the other side of the ball the Titans have some work to do. Defensive Coordinator Chuck Cecil will have to improve a pass defense that was simply unacceptable. Having an offense will help but the Titans must find a way to rush the passer. DE William Hayes might be the answer as he comes into his third season with Tennessee. But all eyes will be on Derrick Morgan, a 1st Round choice in 2010 that could break into the lineup for the first game. Somewhere on the Titans roster is a set of linebackers. There aren’t any standouts but the group is deep enough to provide adequate play. In the secondary cornerback Cortland Finnegan is the linchpin. Newcomer Tye Hill could make his mark on the other corner. Safety Michael Griffin struggled some in 2009 but should snap back with a better supporting cast.
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Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton (14) dives into the end zone for a touchdown past Tennessee Titans free safety Michael Griffin (33) in the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014, in Cincinnati. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings).
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