Part Four, The Final Chapter

The Tennessee Titans reported to training camp on Friday, and hold their first practice on Saturday, in honor of the opening of camp we give you part four of our full season predictions.

If you have followed the first three articles in this season, you know that the Titans enter the fourth quarter of our predictions with an 8-4 record.

It’s impossible to predict every team and game to know what the playoff picture could look like in this scenario. However, that record would most likely have the Titans in playoff contention.

The Titans face back-to-back western swings before ending the season with two consecutive games at Nissan Stadium. The playoffs may already have started for the two-tone blue.

Final Four

Game 13- Arizona Cardinals, Phoenix, Dec. 10- The Cards are the best team in the Titans final four games, and it’s on the road the week after a tough match up versus Houston.

Winner: The Cardinals are considered a Super Bowl contender in the NFC, and they hand the Titans their fifth loss of the season.

Game 14- San Francisco, San Francisco, Dec. 17- A second consecutive western road trip makes it tough for the Titans to win.

Winner: The Titans pull out a tough one here, though it’s a little closer that it might have been under different circumstances.

Game 15, Los Angles Rams, Nashville, Dec.24- The Rams pay their first visit to Nashville without Jeff Fisher. They are projected to struggle this season, but will they?

Winner: The Titans are still battling a bit of a hangover from the western visits, but a win’s a win.

Game 16- Jacksonville Jaguars, Nashville, Dec. 31- The Jags close the regular season with a visit to Nashville for a division game. It could be a win and get in proposition in this one.

Winner: The Titans sweep the Jags who we feel will have continued quarterback issues this season.

There you have it, our full season predictions have the Titans completing the regular season 11-5.

Of course it is hard to predict what every team will have done, but the Titans two losses to the Texans potentially put them in a wild card position rather than a division champ, though the division is certainly not out of the question even with two losses to the Texans.