NASHVILLE, Tenn. – There is no great looking potential shape to a 2021 Titans schedule, because the 2021 Titans schedule we will learn Wednesday night is loaded.

The AFC East looks to be as competitive as it’s been in some time. The Jets look to be the worst of the lot, but even they will be getting better, while the Patriots look to rebound from a down year in their first post-Tom Brady and the Dolphins are on a nice course in Year 3 under Brian Flores.

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The NFC West could be the NFL’s best division with the Rams upgrading from Jared Goff to Matthews Stafford, the Seahawks always a contender with Russell Wilson, the 49ers recovering from a terrible injury season and the Cardinals adding veterans as they try to jump into the playoffs.

At any rate, I ran through the 17 games and pieced together a version of the schedule I think would be somewhat favorable.

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