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2023 Tennessee Titans Season Preview and Odds

Scott Morris | September 3, 2023
Ryan Tannehill

The 2022 season was a bumpy ride for the Tennessee Titans. They had a chance to win the AFC South but the loss against the Jacksonville Jaguars didn’t let that happen. The season started off pretty decent but didn’t stay that way for long as they lost consecutive games in the end. Injuries did most of the damage with 23 players on injured reserve at the end of the season. It was their offense that completely broke down.

The defense wasn’t that good either. No matter how good they were in stopping the run, they were horrible at slowing down passing attacks. Running back Derrick Henry did well throughout the season but just couldn’t make up for all the issues. Week 18 marked the end of their 2022 journey, depriving them of the chance to fight in the playoffs.

The Titans had won the division for three straight years, four times in the last five seasons. However, all they could manage this time around was a terrible 7-10 record.

The best players on the team are Henry and Ryan Tannehill. Unfortunately, both players aren’t getting any younger. As skilled as Henry is, the team can’t rely entirely on him. Besides them, the offense is in shambles and there isn’t much to go off of. Even the defense, under Vrabel, can’t thrive until the rest do better.

Roster Changes

Head coach Mike Vrabel aimed to revamp the roster in the 2023 offseason to make sure what happened last season doesn’t happen again. However, there were more losses than gains.

There wasn’t anything really exciting in their 2023 offseason. They said goodbye to one of their better players, Nate Davis, now with the Chicago Bears, and also cut long time player Taylor Lewan.

The real deal was DeAndre Hopkins who is returning to the AFC South where he did the most damage. The star, at the age of 31, is doing absolutely amazing in his career and will most definitely make the impact the team needs at the moment.

In free agency, their “big” addition was Andre Dillard who definitely won’t have that big of an impact. They did bring in Arden Key, defensive lineman, who was a decent addition to the roster. Another big move was a four-year deal with Jeffery Simmons, one of the best interior defenders in the NFL.

In the 2023 NFL Draft, in the first round to be specific, the Titans drafted Peter Skoronski which will surely help their line as he has been practicing at both tackle and guard. Will Levis was a quarterback from the second round who wasn’t that good of a pick considering his fall out of the first round. Their pick from the third round, Tyjae Spears, was proof that it may be Henry’s last season with the Titans. The roster seems quite prepared for the upcoming 2023 season.

No matter how easy their schedule may be in 2023, the team needs to make sure that each player puts his best foot forward at all times. Fans are eager to see what the next season has in store for the Tennessee Titans.

 

2023 Titans Odds

by SportsBetting

Division +325

Conference +5000

Super Bowl  +8000

Total Wins 7.5
Over -140
Under +110

Analysis: We don’t expect much from this team. It feels like a slowly dying roster. We don’t think they will hit 8 wins this year so the Under is the play here.

 

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