Blu3 World Order - Titans

The Tennessee Titans Have a Chance to Back Take Home Field

By: Brendan Smart  (@Bsmart21)

The last five years the Tennessee Titans are 6-16 at home. Mediocre to say the least, but with a new look offense, and a defensive front seven that is starting to find some confidence, the Titans have a chance on Sunday to prove to their fans, along with the NFL that they are back.
The last five years has proven that playing the Seattle Seahawks is no easy task, but this seems to be one of Pete Carrols worst offensive teams, ever. Barely scoring 12 points in San Francisco last week, quarterback Russel Wilson was running like crazy to get passes off. It did not look like the Seahawks of past.

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Uncertainty, Hype, and Motivation Leading the Titans Into Sunday

By: Brendan Smart (@bsmart21)

If there was one thing I could pin point about the Tennessee Titans before a ball was snapped in the 2017 season, hype, motivation, and now uncertainty.

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Titans Look to Tackle the Bears in Nashville

By: Brendan Smart (@bsmart21)

The Tennessee Titans and the Chicago Bears, both coming off of close games in week two of the preseason will battle it out in Nashville. A lot of questions in the air for both teams, but should be answered following the “dress rehearsal” game of the preseason.
In week two, the Titans starters, on both sides of the ball showed what they can do, thing is some key names were missing from the lineup. The Titans receiving core consisted of Tre McBride, Taywan Taylor, Delanie Walker, and rookie tight end Jonu Smith. These guys tore the Carolina Panthers defense to apart for 234 yards on just 21 catches. No Rishard Matthews, Eric Decker, and also Demarco Murray, it just didn’t seem fair.
Heading into week three of the preseason, the Titans will have a tough task on their hands, as always with the Bears in Nashville. The Bears are one of those teams that will be a lot hungrier than most opponents due to the fact that not a lot of guys have positions locked up at this point. Guys will be going 110 percent, and it is the perfect “dress rehearsal” for the Titans.

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