After completing mandatory minicamp last week, the Tennessee Titans are a little more than one month away from opening their training camp for the 2022 season on July 26
For the last couple of seasons, the Titans have been considered a legitimate Super Bowl contender. Unfortunately, they have a few more question marks this season than they have had in years past, particularly on offense.
Nonetheless, those question marks aren’t a guaranteed death sentence for the Titans’ 2022 season.
This is an extremely talented and well-coached team that was the No. 1 seed in the AFC last year despite a ridiculous amount of injuries and breaking the NFL record for most players used in a season.
Over the next few months, Titans head coach Mike Vrabel and his staff will be tasked with trying to produce the best, most reliable 53-man roster that can continue their conference relevancy and recent divisional supremacy.
With everything we know following mandatory minicamp, I went ahead and predicted Tennessee’s starting Week 1 offense, but these predictions could change once the pads come on in camp and players start to separate themselves over an extended period.
With all that said, let’s take a closer look at my pre-training camp starting offense.