NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans get the big spotlight in Week 2 of the NFL season, playing the Bills on Monday Night Football in Orchard Park, N.Y.

The game will be the opener of a doubleheader, kicking off at 6:15 pm CT on ESPN with the Vikings at Eagles starting on ABC at 7:30 on ABC.

Amani Hooker and Josh Allen

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As of Monday morning. Buffalo is the AFC favorite at +350 and the Super Bowl favorite at +650 at Fan Duel. The Titans are ninth (+1500) and 15th (+3000). [Unlocked]

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Post-draft you brought questions about Derick Henry's health, Dillon Radunz's progress, Ryan Tannehill's clock, offseason "drama" and more.

I did my best to dive thoroughly into all of it and hope you enjoy a weekend read.

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Husbands and sons should get it in before Sunday so they can focus on the moms on Sunday!

Onto your best questions.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Below is my updated take on the Titans’ depth chart.

I admit that I don’t know how to stack new, low-ranking undrafted free agents, who I’ve added based on reports and listings at spotrac and Over the Cap. So there is some guesswork. But with other known quantities, I have some insight and some inklings.

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But we’ve got a starting point here to visualize things and a clear sense of what’s in front of them.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nobody wants Ryan Tannehill in therapy as a result of football.

Nobody connected to the Titans or neutral wants the really bad game in the divisional playoffs that created the wound and the sleepless nights that prompted him to return to therapy, the first time he ever went seeking a path out of a dark place.


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“It's a deep scar,” Tannehill said of the results of the Titans’ ugly playoff exit as the AFC’s one seed to Cincinnati at Nissan Stadium on Jan. 22. "Every time I closed my eyes I kind of re-watched the game. I didn't get a whole lot of sleep for weeks. I was in a dark place, and it took me a while, a lot of work to get out of it.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- We know the class and we've had some time to sort through what the Titans did and didn't do over the weekend.

arkansas burks treylon 3So we together and discuss all the ins and outs of the new group and the roster as it currently stands.

I clearly need a trip to the Apple store to find out what is up with the camera on my computer.

We did settle in after the initial wobbliness and hashed out absolutely everything, including expectations for Treylon Burks (pictured courtesy of Arkansas athletics) and a plan for Malik Willis.

Thanks to all of you who came and who will rewatch.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – After Jonnu Smith bolted for New England and a rich free-agent deal following the 2020 season, the Titans overestimated what they could do with tight-end leftovers.

They got 8.2 yards per tight-end catch with the lesser group of tight ends as compared to 9.9 the year before.

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And with their moves, this offseason acknowledged last year was insignificant.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The returns are in and the Titans have assembled a nine-man draft class, two-thirds of which is offense.

They filled out the bulk of their needs, with two receivers, a right tackle (for the third year in a row), a tight end, and depth at running back and in the secondary.

Malik Willis

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The giant stories, though, were the subtraction of playmaker A.J. Brown, who was dealt to Philadelphia, and the third-round pick of hit-or-miss quarterback Malik Willis.

A look at all the newcomers in their Class of 2022.

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