Titans Predictions

With the NFL season opening tonight in Pittsburgh, the 2006 Titans season is just a few short days away from kicking off at LP Field.

In The Tennessean’s Titans Preview section released today, David Climer writes that everyone should long for the 8-8 days. If you don’t remember, he’s referring to the 1996-1998 seasons when the Tennessee Oilers put up back to back to back .500 seasons. Climer makes the point that this Titans team is closer to 3-13 than 13-3. I regrettably have to agree.

Call me a fanboy or a homer, but part of me wants to believe this team can overachieve and some how scratch out a 9-7 or even a 10-6 season. Then I reflect back on the unproductive preseason, the indecision at the quarterback position, and the helter-skelter personality of this team and I just don’t know if it’s possible. Come Sunday, we will get a glimpse of where we truly are headed.

What do you think?

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