Better ways to think about the Titans' 2020 strength of schedule

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – How good an NFL team is from one year to the next can vary pretty dramatically.

So the common practice of using last year’s records to determine this year’s strength of schedule is not a good one.TitansCircleLogoDraft

Using that, the Titans rank 13th-easiest, facing opponents where were .498 in 2019.

But analyst Warren Sharp points to other indicators he thinks are more accurate in assessing the difficulty of a schedule, and I’m on board with his thinking.

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