Tennessee Titans preview 2023: Over or under 7.5 wins? Chances to claim AFC South title?

Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill, right, gives a thumbs up as he walks with wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins during an NFL football training camp practice Wednesday, July 26, 2023, in Nashville, Tenn. (AP Photo/George Walker IV)

It’s NFL team preview time, and today we’re looking at the Tennessee Titans. Each Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from July 25 through Sept. 8, we will take an in-depth look at each team in the NFL with a 7- to 10-minute video going through impactful additions and departures, last year’s rankings and strength of schedule in 2023.

Home Field Sports analyst Jim Derry will then make a prediction on the team’s record this season and where they will finish in their respective division, along with the over/under win total, at Caesars Sportsbook.

These stories are a brief summary of the accompanied preview videos – powered by the Dattitude Podcast (which will review each division every Friday until the season begins). The schedule for when each team will run is listed below with a link to each story and video that already has run.


Coach: Mike Vrabel (6th season)

2022 record: 7-10, third in AFC South; did not make playoffs.

2023 bye week: 7

2023 Draft: 1 (11th overall pick), T Peter Skoronski, Northwestern; 2 (33) QB Will Levis, Kentucky; 3 (81) RB Tyjae Spears, Tulane; 5 (147) TE Josh Whyle, Cincinnati; 6 (186) T/G Jaelyn Duncan, Maryland; 7 (228) WR Colton Dowell, Tennessee-Martin.

Free-agent signings: T Andre Dillard (from Philadelphia), 3 years, $29M; OLB Arden Key (from Jacksonville), 3 years, $21M; WR DeAndre Hopkins (from Arizona), 2 years, $26M; T Daniel Brunskill (from San Francisco), 2 years, $5.5M; LB Luke Gifford (from Dallas), 2 years, $4M; LB Azeez Al-Shaair (from San Francisco), 1 year, $5M; CB Sean Murphy-Bunting (from Tampa Bay), 1 year, $3.5M; WR Chris Moore (from Houston), 1 year, $1.32M; FB Trevon Wesco (from Chicago), 1 year, $1.23M; DT Jaleel Johnson (from Atlanta), 1 year, $1.08M; LB Ben Niemann (from Arizona), 1 year, $1.08M.

Key moments in video: Last year’s rankings don’t tell the whole story (1:33); Offense will be a lot better than it was in 2022, including the offensive line (2:29); Mike Vrabel won’t stand for what he watched last year; odds and totals (3:58); Easiest and toughest parts of schedule (6:06); Over/Under win totals, predictions and projected record and finish in division (8:15)



July 25: Houston Texans

July 26: Indianapolis Colts

July 27: Jacksonville Jaguars

July 28: Tennessee Titans


Aug. 1: Arizona Cardinals

Aug. 2: Los Angeles Rams

Aug. 3: San Francisco 49ers

Aug. 4: Seattle Seahawks


Aug. 8: Denver Broncos

Aug. 9: Kansas City Chiefs

Aug. 10: Las Vegas Raiders

Aug. 11: Los Angeles Chargers


Aug. 15: Dallas Cowboys

Aug. 16: New York Giants

Aug. 17: Philadelphia Eagles

Aug. 18: Washington Commanders


Aug. 22: Buffalo Bills

Aug. 23: Miami Dolphins

Aug. 24: New England Patriots

Aug. 25: New York Jets


Aug. 29: Chicago Bears

Aug. 29: Detroit Lions

Aug. 30: Green Bay Packers

Aug. 30: Minnesota Vikings


Aug. 31: Baltimore Ravens

Aug. 31: Cincinnati Bengals

Sept. 1: Cleveland Browns

Sept. 2: Pittsburgh Steelers


Sept. 5: Atlanta Falcons

Sept. 6: Carolina Panthers

Sept. 7: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Sept. 8: New Orleans Saints


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