Mike Herndon: Are the Titans contenders or pretenders in 2022?

By MIKE HERNDON, columnist

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Through six weeks of the 2022 NFL season, the Titans have proven to be difficult to pin down.

They’re 3-2, sitting as the third seed in the AFC if the playoffs were to begin today, but they’re also tied for 24th in the NFL in point differential, allowing 22 more points to opponents than they have scored themselves through their first five games.

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Winning three straight nailbiters against the Raiders, Colts, and Commanders has righted the ship in the win-loss column, but defining what this team really is depends heavily on the eye of the beholder.

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