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1. Johnson might finally get his chance to shine -

With A.J. Brown and Julio Jones as the focal points of the Titans passing game – they combined for 10 catches, 150 yards in Monday night’s 43-31 win against the Bills – it’s easy for other receivers to get lost in the shuffle.

2. Bills vs. Titans: What to watch -

The stakes get a little higher when the Titans host the Buffalo Bills this week on Monday Night Football. The Bills probably haven’t forgotten the 42-16 smackdown the Titans put on them last year in a rare Tuesday night game. The game had been rescheduled due to the Titans’ COVID-19 outbreak.

3. Let’s not talk about injuries -

Last week, there was some refreshing candor from the Tennessee Titans camp.

It came from outside linebacker Bud Dupree, who spoke to reporters for the first time since being sidelined by a knee injury.

4. Titans are consistently inconsistent -

After four games there is much to dissect about the Tennessee Titans. About the only certainty with this team is that it is completely inconsistent.

How else do you explain an upset win in Seattle and a win against the Colts followed by losing to the hapless New York Jets in overtime.

5. Lewan: ‘I’ll never forget’ being booed -

It can be hard for a 6-7, 310-pound man to be humbled. But that is exactly what happened to Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan as he recalls the debacle of the season opener when he gave up three sacks to Chandler Jones of Arizona.

6. Offensive line at its best with backs against the wall -

Adversity seems to bring out the best in the Tennessee Titans.

How else does one explain Derrick Henry racking up 147 yards in the second half of Sunday’s overtime win to rally the Titans from 15 down at the half while playing without the starting left side of the offensive line.

7. NFL roster spots are for the great or versatile -

I first heard the term, “the more you can do,” from the late Floyd Reese, former Titans general manager, when I first started covering the Titans and the NFL.

Now a quarter century later, you’ll still hear that phrase spring forth from the Titans administration, including current general manager Jon Robinson and head coach Mike Vrabel. It came into play again last week when roster cuts were finalized.

8. ‘Next man up’ for Titans needs to be vaccinated -

Next man up. It’s a saying the Titans and other NFL teams are fond of using as it relates to injuries and backup players stepping into starting roles once injuries occur.

But for last year and again this year, the next man up mantra has taken on an even deeper meaning and relevance, thanks to outbreaks of COVID-19 inside the locker room.

9. Nashville Ledger wins 7 categories in TN Press Association contest -

The Nashville Ledger won seven first-place awards Friday in the Tennessee Press Association’s 2021 newspaper contest sponsored by the University of Tennessee.

“We had nine writers contribute to first-place awards in Nashville and another five in Knoxville, which demonstrates how many talented writers we have and how fortunate we are to have them,” said Lyle Graves, associate publisher/executive editor for the Nashville Ledger, Knoxville and Hamilton County Herald. “They do a wonderful job, and I’m proud of their accomplishments.

10. Reese’s contributions to Titans can't be overstated -

Quantifying the on-field impact that Floyd Reese had on the Tennessee Titans franchise is easy enough. With 111 victories in 13 seasons as the team’s general manager, and its only Super Bowl appearance to date, it is easy to see the contributions of Reese, who died last week at 73.

11. Four Downs: Titans vs. Bucs -

The Titans travel to Tampa, where they play the Buccaneers Saturday following joint practices Wednesday and Thursday. Here are some things to look for in preseason game No. 2.

First down

Some of the starters will see action: No one would blame the Titans for holding out Derrick Henry or Julio Jones for the entire preseason, but a few more starters should trickle into the lineup this week after almost all of them sat out the preseason opener.

12. Injury absence gave Titans' Lewan deeper appreciation for game -

Taylor Lewan doesn’t come off as the sentimental type.

The Tennessee Titans left tackle mostly comes as advertised, whether it’s his collection of tattoos, his penchant for playing through and, occasionally, past the echo of the whistle or just his outgoing personality.

13. McMath fighting a numbers game with Titans -

Old habits apparently die hard. The Tennessee Titans are now equipped with maybe the best wide receiver tandem in the NFL after adding Julio Jones to A.J. Brown. But early in training camp, while those guys are getting their share of deserved attention, an underdog receiver is also drawing rave reviews.

14. How many coaches does it take to change a defense? -

The optimism that surrounds the Tennessee Titans as training camp 2021 opens is no doubt centered on the addition of wide receiver Julio Jones to what was one of the NFL’s most prolific offenses in 2020.

15. Top Davidson County commercial sales for 2020 -

Top commercial real estate sales, 2020, for Davidson County, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

Chandler Reports has been publishing Real Estate Market Data since 1968. That year, Chandler began collecting residential sales information for the Chandler Residential Report, considered the authoritative source for residential real estate sales information. Over the next three decades, the publications have been continually refined, enhanced and expanded, growing to include lot sales data, new residential construction and absorption information, and commercial sales. In 1987, Chandler Reports began one of the first on–line real estate market data services in the country, and is a nationally recognized leader in the industry. In 2004, Chandler Reports was purchased by The Daily News Publishing Co. In 2007, Chandler introduced RegionPlus, including property research for Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Visit online at chandlerreports.com.

16. Rebounding vs. Ravens requires some quick fixes -

First down: What the heck is up on special teams? The Titans have used three punters in three weeks, thanks mostly to Brett Kern’s injury. But why deactivate Ryan Allen and go with Trevor Daniel?

17. Beware the rookie with hot hand -

First down: Pressure the rookie. The Titans won’t be facing a seasoned vet like they did in Ben Roethlisberger, but rookie Joe Burrow has had the lowly Bengals competitive in a number of games this year. If the Titans are going to correct their mistakes and suddenly find some pass rush on defense, getting after a rookie QB would be a good place to start.

18. Henry vs. Steelers defense will be great matchup -

First down: Keep rolling with Derrick Henry. Teams had been wondering when Henry was going to have a breakout game in 2020. That came against the Texans with 212 yards rushing, including the game-winning touchdown in overtime.

19. Biggest challenge for Titans is getting back on the field -

First down: Conquer COVID. The Titans were handed an unexpected bye week instead of playing the Steelers, and their preparation for the Bills – provided that will be played – will no doubt be different from any the Titans have prepared for.

20. Titans must fortify porous defense against run -

First down: Figure out how to stop the run. Dalvin Cook ran wild for 181 yards last week. That’s after James Robinson of Jacksonville ran for more than 100 yards the week before. That has to be figured out by Mike Vrabel, who is the head coach and de facto defensive coordinator this season. Some of it comes from missed tackles. Some is bad gap fits and getting out of position. But whatever is wrong, it cannot continue to happen.

21. Unsettled Titans kicking game needs a solution -

For several years before 2019, Ryan Succop had capably manned the kicker’s spot and performed quite well. But Succop was never healthy in 2019, and the results just weren’t the same when he came off injured reserve halfway through last season.

22. Bring the noise: Vrabel hopes for level playing field -

There was a time in the NFL when teams like the Indianapolis Colts and others – primarily dome teams – were accused of piping in artificial noise to bother opposing teams and to increase their home-field advantage.

23. Wilson gives Titans high marks for virus safety -

First-round pick Isaiah Wilson knows the protocol regarding the coronavirus and the NFL. That’s because Wilson began his professional career on the Reserve/COVID-19 list after signing his rookie contract and reporting to training camp.

24. Virus lurks as Titans put laptops away, hit preseason practice field -

Beginning Friday, it will be time to start taking notice of the Titans.

That’s because the ramping-up period will come to an end, and the team will take to the field for its first official training camp practice amid the COVID-19 regulations and stipulations that will be in place.

25. NFL has unanswered questions about 2020 season, beyond -

With the NBA and NHL seasons interrupted and Major League Baseball still on hold for getting its season started, has the NFL sufficiently braced for the unthinkable of a fall without football?

The league has not publicly stated as such, trying to go on with as much of its business – free agency, the draft, etc. – as it can readying for games this fall.

26. Top Titans draft needs -

The Titans head into the April 23-25 draft with the 29th overall pick and seven selections. Here are a few of their most pressing needs:

As part of this draft, here are a few of the Titans needs that must be addressed.

27. Prognosticator’s jinx: Can’t start picking Titans now -

My family keeps telling me the Titans win when I pick against them. The opposite happens when I pick them to win.

So I'm predicting Chiefs 31, Titans 28.

I think Tennessee certainly has a good chance to pull another upset, and given their recent success against Andy Reid and the Chiefs, no one should be really surprised.

28. Titans facing toughest task at Baltimore -

Road teams did a number on the home teams in the Wild-Card Playoffs last week. The Titans, Vikings and Seahawks all traveled and took care of business, while the Bills fell in overtime at Houston. All the games were low-scoring, as no team scored more than 26 points last weekend.

29. Look for Texans, Patriots, Seahawks, Saints to advance -

Wild-Card Weekend is here and, if the way the regular season ended is any indication, we could be in for a crazy ride all the way to Miami for Super Bowl LIV.

Let’s take a look at this weekend’s games and predict who will move on to the divisional round the following weekend.

30. Titans’ chances depend on Texans’ playoff strategy -

Titans 21, Texans 20: It all comes down to this for the Titans. Can they go on the road and defeat the rival Texans, who really have little to play for other than keeping their division rival out of the postseason?

31. Facing Brees, Saints with season on line a tall order -

The Tennessee Titans had their destiny within their grasp last week. All they needed to do was to find a way to beat the Houston Texans. But that didn’t happen, and now the Titans are back in familiar territory – hoping to win out and hoping even harder for help from the outside.

32. Top Middle Tennessee commercial sales for November 2019 -

Top commercial real estate sales, November 2019, for Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Wilson and Sumner counties, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

33. Titans should top Texans, claim lead in AFC South -

Titans 31, Texans 27: Could the Titans actually be a bona fide contender? The answer is yes if they can find a way to defeat the Texans. The Titans have to guard against big plays, but if they can contain the heroics of Deshaun Watson and continue riding the hot tandem of Derrick Henry and Ryan Tannehill, they can pull this off.

34. Week 13 Predictions: Titans should win on West Coast -

Titans 23, Raiders 19: The Titans stay alive in the playoff race by going out to Oakland and downing a young, but talented Raiders team. If the offensive line does its work by opening holes for Derrick Henry and protecting Ryan Tannehill, the Titans should be able to take care of business.

35. History against Titans vs. Colts, especially in Lucas Oil Stadium -

Colts 24, Titans 20: It’s tempting to predict the Titans will pull the upset in Indianapolis and thrust themselves into the AFC South title chase. History, however, tells us the Colts have a three-game win streak against the Titans and have won 19 of the last 22 games in the series. The Titans have one win at Indianapolis since 2008. Until that changes, it’s tough to pick a Titans win.

36. Week 11 predictions: Steelers’ demise are greatly exaggerated -

The NFL goes on, even if the Titans are idle. This week’s schedule has some intriguing matchups worth watching and games that will affect the Titans’ position in the standings and rankings.

37. Week 10 predictions: Chiefs too much for Titans -

Nissan Stadium will be a focal point for NFL fans this week, but not because of the Titans. Rather, the focus will be on the Kansas City Chiefs and the likely return of Patrick Mahomes.

Chiefs 31, Titans 21: The Titans have not scored more than 23 points in any game this season, and now one of the league’s best offenses with maybe the guy who is the next face of the NFL – Mahomes – coming to town. It’s must win for the Titans, if they want to have any hope of the postseason. But it won’t be easy.

38. Week 9 predictions: Newton-less Panthers still too much for Titans -

Panthers 23, Titans 17: The Titans are back on the road and might run into problems as the Panthers will be eager to atone for the beating they took from the 49ers. Injured Panthers quarterback Cam Newton will remain on the sideline for this one.

39. Week 8 predictions -

Titans 24, Bucs 23: It’s hard to have faith in the Titans after one win, but the Bucs aren’t lighting the league on fire, either. The Titans have to get after Jameis Winston and can’t let WR Mike Evans – 27 catches, 464 yards, four touchdowns – beat them down the field.

40. Week 7 predictions -

Chargers 17, Titans 3: The Chargers haven’t exactly set the league afire of late, but they’re in great shape compared to the disaster the Titans have become on offense.

Chiefs 30, Broncos 20: The Chiefs have surprisingly dropped two consecutive at home, but they should rebound in Denver.

41. Titans must get a lead, let defense continue strong play against Chargers -

The Titans are reeling from a terrible offense that is wasting solid defensive efforts week after week. Now they add in the possibility of a quarterback change after benching Marcus Mariota.

Here are the keys to the Titans’ latest attempt to right the ship.

42. Week 6 predictions -

Broncos 21, Titans 20: The Titans can’t seem to solve their offensive problems. The key will be the offensive line, which must hold up so they can have a run/pass balance.

Patriots 31, Giants 16: Not exactly as appealing as their Super Bowl matchups, but Tom Brady and the Patriots are starting to look like a team headed back to the big game.

43. Titans try for another road win, this one in the Mile High City -

The up-and-down Titans head back out on the road, where they claimed both of their wins this season. The Titans must win in Denver to make it three, and the Mile High City is traditionally one of the toughest venues in the NFL. Here are their keys to victory:

44. Week 5 predictions -

Four weeks in, and I have yet to get a Titans result right. They are 2-2 and I am 0-4. This week I’ll try again to see if I can figure this team out.

Titans 13, Bills 12: This should be a low-scoring game, and the Titans get the nod here because they play at home. By the way this is the exact same score that the Titans’ lost by last year in Buffalo.

45. Top Middle Tennessee residential sales for August 2019 -

Top residential real estate sales, August 2019, for Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Wilson and Sumner counties, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

46. Week 4 predictions -

Falcons 27, Titans 17: The Titans have won when an underdog and lost as a favorite thus far in all three games this year. Unless the defense steps up and forces a couple of turnovers, or Derrick Henry runs like he did in some of the SEC Championship Games he played in in Atlanta, it could be another tough day for the Titans.

47. Week 3 predictions -

Titans 21, Jaguars 20: Picking the Titans to win is like putting a game in the loss column, but given the Jaguars are playing backup Gardner Minshew at quarterback, the Titans should be favored to win on a short week, even on the road. But it will take a better effort than what they gave against the Colts.

48. Titans remember past champs, face old nemesis -

The Titans stunned the Cleveland Browns in the season opener and now return home on a day that will be special even before the ball is kicked off against the visiting Indianapolis Colts.

That’s because the jersey numbers of Eddie George and Steve McNair will be retired Sunday at Nissan Stadium.

49. Week 1 NFL predictions -

Here’s a look at our Week 1 predictions as the NFL begins its 100th season.

Canton Bulldogs 20, Decatur Staleys 14. OK, that’s going back a little too far. Let’s try it again.

50. Robinson: 'We want to build our own legacy' in Nashville -

During his four seasons as general manager of the Tennessee Titans, Jon Robinson has been at the forefront of significant changes and upgrades regarding Nashville’s NFL club.

The job is not finished yet as Robinson continues to work along with Coach Mike Vrabel, owner Amy Adams Strunk and others in the organization to build a championship caliber team.

51. By the numbers -

There is no doubt that going into his fifth NFL season that Marcus Mariota has never had a backup quarterback with the credentials that Ryan Tannehill brings to the table.

While Tannehill has a mediocre 42-46 record as a starter in six actual seasons with the Miami Dolphins (Tannehill missed all of 2017 with a knee injury), he represents a major upgrade over any backup Marcus Mariota has had behind him in his first four seasons.

52. Kern's take on his 5 Titan coaches -

When outside linebacker Derrick Morgan retired a few weeks ago, it left punter Brett Kern as the longest tenured Titan, having been claimed off waivers from Denver six weeks into the 2009 season.

Kern and Morgan also hold another distinction as they are the only two players in the Titans era to have played for all five coaches from Jeff Fisher to Mike Vrabel in Tennessee.

53. First pick moved by Strunk, Titans’ confidence -

When the Tennessee Titans took Jeffery Simmons with the 19th pick overall in the draft, an alarm immediately went off in ESPN’s coverage of the draft.

The reason: An ugly video of Simmons assaulting a woman in 2016 after he intervened in a fight between that woman and his sister.

54. Titans could use Iowa tight end -

The Tennesseee Titans could go any number of ways in the first round of the draft this year and are certainly not in control of their own fate at No. 19.

And just because the draft is in Nashville this year, don’t expect Jon Robinson to mortgage a lot of draft capital just to jump into the Top 10. Sure, the Titans could easily trade up, but if they do, it will be because the right player and the right deal are there for the taking – not because of the PR it would generate in the short term.

55. Titans need to pursue Steelers’ WR Brown -

Wanted: One dynamic, transformational type player who regularly affects the outcome of games. After watching the NFL playoffs unfold, it’s obvious the key to winning championships is having game-changing players in skill positions, preferably on the offensive side of the football.

56. Looks like Patriots (again?) vs. Saints in Super Bowl -

With only four teams remaining, it’s no real surprise that four of the most potent offenses in the league have slots in the conference championship games.

In the AFC, the Kansas City Chiefs are the latest challenger to the New England Patriots’ throne. Love the Pats or hate them, appearing in eight consecutive AFC title games is one of the most amazing feats in sports – perhaps on par with the dominance of John Wooden’s UCLA basketball teams of the 1960s or Casey Stengel’s Yankees of the ‘50s. Teams know they’re going to have to knock off the Patriots to do get to the top.

57. Mariota’s future more like McNair or Locker? -

The Tennessee Titans head into an offseason full of questions after Sunday night’s elimination loss to the Indianapolis Colts.

Chief among those concerns is quarterback Marcus Mariota, whose absence Sunday night did nothing to clarify whether he will continue as the face of the franchise.

58. Unlikely heroes propel Titans’ December win streak -

The Tennessee Titans are alive in the NFL playoff chase – they’re in with a win against the Colts on Sunday – thanks to some unlikely sources.

With the Titans on the ropes against the Washington Redskins in the fourth quarter last Saturday, it was a touchdown pass from backup quarterback Blaine Gabbert to tight end MyCole Pruitt that put Tennessee ahead to stay and makes Week 17 meaningful for the Titans’ playoff hopes.

59. Redskins at Titans: What to watch -

1. Derrick Henry. Lots of Derrick Henry. Now that the season is in the final weeks, the running game is front and center. And no running back has been more effective the past couple of weeks than Henry, who has nearly doubled his season output in just two games.

60. Titans find time for shopping despite demands -

We interrupt this football season for Christmas. Or maybe it is the other way around.

No matter which way you view it, the Christmas season makes for adjusting schedules, trying to get the shopping done and spend a little extra time with family – even if you’re an NFL football player.

61. Titans in playoffs? Don’t bet on it -

It is hard to think of the Tennessee Titans as a playoff contender given their season-long inconsistency.

But through 13 games, a 7-6 record still has the Titans with a faint pulse and facing a schedule that looks favorable both from the number of home games and the quality of the foes they will face.

62. Schedule makers give Titans odd December -

The Tennessee Titans seem to have caught a break with the latter part of the schedule – four home games in the month of December, and most of them against sub-.500 opponents. But a closer look reveals a hazard, a number of short-week games.

63. Longer college season helps first-year Titans avoid ‘rookie wall’ -

This used to be the time of year when NFL teams would start having concerns about their first-year players hitting the so-called “rookie wall.”

For those who aren’t familiar with the term, the rookie wall is a mental and physical hurdle experienced by first-year players unaccustomed to the long NFL season. With a full NFL season, plus four preseason games, that means 20 football games before the postseason even begins, compared to 12 for college.

64. Morgan builds an empire, one hungry vegan Titan at a time -

Charity Morgan has a lot on her plate. She is currently focused on feeding the huge appetite of very large men. But for 2019 and beyond, she is preparing a feast of dreams.

A vegan, plant-based chef with a culinary arts degree, Charity cooks for her husband – Tennessee Titans outside linebacker Derrick Morgan – and more than a dozen of his teammates, and “a couple of celebrity clients” that she won’t reveal “but where I couldn’t say no.”

65. Linebacker Brown gets big game from small frame -

When the Tennessee Titans took Jayon Brown in the fifth round two years ago, there were two things that stood out about him.

One was his speed, which would give him a chance to play on third downs as a nickel linebacker at the NFL level. The other was his lack of size, which some scouts and evaluators thought would deny the former UCLA linebacker the chance to ever be much more than a situational player.

66. Top Middle Tennessee residential sales for October 2018 -

Top residential real estate sales, October 2018, for Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Wilson and Sumner counties, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

67. Maybe fullback is what Titans offense needs -

Jalston Fowler knows he is an endangered species, a dinosaur, an eight-track tape, a Pontiac.

As a player trying to make his living as a fullback, Fowler’s position has nearly been phased out completely in today’s game of three-receiver sets and wide-open offenses.

68. Injury allows Titans' Cyprien to pursue real estate license -

Almost any professional football player who has done time on injured reserve will tell you that it is a very lonely place to be. Players whose seasons have been ended prematurely by injuries often wind up being detached from the rest of the team as their priorities shift from getting ready for games to rehabbing from the injury or surgery and just hoping to get back to playing football once again.

69. ‘Exotic smashmouth’ looks pretty good in hindsight for Titans fans -

Six games into the 2018 season, and one trip across the pond before the bye week, a major question comes to mind concerning the Tennessee Titans’ offense.

What if Mike Mularkey was right?

70. Ravens-Titans game stirs memories of a great rivalry gone cold -

Anytime the Baltimore Ravens appear on the Tennessee Titans’ schedule, the rivalry that once was comes back to mind.

Bitter as it often was for the Titans, who lost not once, but twice, to Baltimore as the No. 1 playoff seed, the Ravens made for the perfect adversary in the early days of the franchise’s tenure in Tennessee.

71. Top Middle Tennessee residential sales for August 2018 -

Top residential real estate sales, August 2018, for Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Wilson and Sumner counties, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

72. Titans' journeyman tight end still awaiting big break -

“Next man up” is an old football adage invoked after a key player’s injury.

It must have come to mind Sunday evening for Titans practice squad tight end Jerome Cunningham, who has been released 10 times while waiting for the chance to be the “next man up” on an NFL roster.

73. Buccaneers at Titans: What to watch -

OK we get it. It’s preseason. Sometime in the second half of the Titans game Saturday night with Tampa Bay, even the most diehard of football fans will look on the field and wonder, who are these guys?

74. Rookie receiver is first Titan born after team's move to Tennessee -

Deontay Burnett is so young that, to anyone’s knowledge, he is the first player to wear a Tennessee Titans uniform who was born after the team played its first game in the Volunteer State.

Burnett is just 20 years old and in Titans camp as an undrafted rookie receiver. He was born Oct. 4, 1997, a full six weeks after the then-Tennessee Oilers topped the Oakland Raiders to kick off the franchise’s lone season in the Liberty Bowl in Memphis.

75. Top Middle Tennessee residential sales for July 2018 -

Top residential real estate sales, July 2018, for Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Wilson and Sumner counties, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

76. Top Middle Tennessee commercial sales for June 2018 -

Top commercial real estate sales, June 2018, for Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Wilson and Sumner counties, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

77. Top Middle Tennessee commercial sales for April 2018 -

Top commercial real estate sales, April 2018, for Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Wilson and Sumner counties, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

78. Top Middle Tennessee residential sales for April 2018 -

Top residential real estate sales, April 2018, for Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Wilson and Sumner counties, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

79. ‘Nerve-racking’ days ahead for NFL draftees -

By the end of next weekend, six new picks – give or take a few due to potential trades – will become the newest Tennessee Titans draft class.

Top to bottom, those players will become linked together as part of the present and the future of the Titans.

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82. Top Middle Tennessee commercial sales for January 2018 -

Top commercial real estate sales, January 2018, for Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Wilson and Sumner counties, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

83. Taking stock: Top Titans needs for 2018 -

With the Super Bowl in the books and another NFL season come and gone, it will soon be time to prepare for the 2018 season.

For the Tennessee Titans, that means trying to fill in the remaining pieces of the puzzle to take another step toward reaching the big game.

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85. Vrabel will face vastly improved AFC South -

In case you haven’t noticed the stakes have been raised considerably in the AFC South for 2018.

While new Tennessee Titans coach Mike Vrabel is busy trying to put a staff together, the group he assembles will have to hit the ground running just to keep up in a division that suddenly looks much improved from past seasons.

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87. Vrabel leans on relatability, GM relationship -

Mike Vrabel admits he has much to learn about the ins and outs of being a head coach in the National Football League.

After all, it’s a big leap from being a one-year defensive coordinator for the Houston Texans – linebackers coach before that – to having one of the 32 head coaching jobs in the NFL.

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89. Mularkey couldn’t see what most others could -

Mike Mularkey is loyal to his coaches and his coaching philosophies, though probably to a fault, as it appears that was a huge part of why he was fired as the Tennessee Titans head coach on Monday morning.

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91. He's back -

About a month ago, following a Dec. 10 loss at Arizona, Marcus Mariota showed a seldom-seen side of his personality.

Clearly dejected, he seemed flustered and distraught while answering questions in his post-game press conference, even answering that he was “pissed off” about his performance when asked why he seemed more bothered than usual following the Titans’ 12-7 loss to the struggling Cardinals.

92. Why aren’t success-starved fans all in for these Titans? -

There is some irony in the Tennessee Titans’ going to the “Show-Me State” for a first-round playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Perhaps there the 9-6 Titans, a team its own fans have yet to completely embrace, can finally make an impression in their first playoff game in nine years.

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94. Season once again hinges on Jacksonville -

By now, Titans fans know winning Sunday’s game against Jacksonville would put the team in an NFL playoff game for the first time since Jan. 10, 2009.

A victory against the Jaguars would not only end a postseason drought that has stretched for nine years, but it also would validate the decision that the Titans’ hierarchy made early in 2016 when controlling owner Amy Adams Strunk and brand new general manager Jon Robinson retained Mike Mularkey as head coach.

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96. Skid pins Titans' hopes of ending playoff drought on finale -

NASHVILLE (AP) — The playoff math for the Tennessee Titans couldn't be simpler now.

A three-game skid equals a regular-season finale against the Jacksonville Jaguars with a postseason berth on the line with Tennessee needing a victory to end a postseason drought stretching to 2008.

97. Nothing ‘exotic’ about Titans’ running game -

The Tennessee Titans will tell you that their success is built around the run game. Don’t buy it. “Exotic smashmouth” has become a mere shell of its former self.

Under Mike Mularkey, the Titans proudly proclaimed that everything in the offense would revolve around the running game. That strategy worked last season when the Titans ran the football effectively with DeMarco Murray leading the AFC in rushing, Derrick Henry putting in solid work as his backup and the offensive line earning accolades as one of the best in the league.

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99. Titans at 49ers: What to watch -

Jimmy Garoppolo vs. Dick LeBeau. The Titans defense has been playing very well of late, holding Arizona without a touchdown and shouldering a lot of the load while the offense has struggled. Garoppolo has injected a spark into a moribund 49ers offense, but LeBeau will surely have tricks up his sleeve for his defense to throw at the young quarterback.

100. How bad? Mariota's QB rating now worse than Cutler's -

It had been festering for weeks, but the Tennessee Titans seemed to push the matter aside as they were squeezing out close wins against the NFL’s third-easiest schedule. “Winning ugly” is how it was seen through rose-colored glasses, with an 8-4 record as exhibit 1.