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This is a 1* Free Play on the Tennesee Titans.Editors Note: AAA Sports has BIG EXPECTATIONS for the 2014/15 NFL season and if it's anything like what he did in the preseason, then you'd better buckle up! AAA would finish the 2014 NFLX campaign among the Nation's leaders at 14-6 (70%) overall! His ENTIRE Week 1 card is now ready to go, don't miss!
The Titans come off a disappointing 7-9 season that resulted in missing the playoffs for a fifth straight year; the sub-par result led to the firing of Mike Munchak. Enter Ken Wisenhunt who is coming off a vastly successful campaign as the offensive coordinator for the San Diego Chargers. The Titans will have Jake Locker back and healthy behind center after missing the last five games of last season due to an injury. Keeping Locker upright is going to be a huge point of emphasis this season and thanks to some significant upgrades to the offensive line I think the Titans will definitely improve in that area. Some might consider the tandem of Chance Warmack, the high drafted Taylor Lewan, Michael Roos and Andy Levitre as one of the best units in the game. It is a young fast offensive group that Whisenhunt inherits but he has been successful calling the plays just about everywhere he has gone of late. The Titans defense was middle of the pack statistically so that will also be a point of emphasis for the team. The Kansas City Chiefs had a disappointing end to what was a great overall first season for the Andy Reid/Alex Smith era. The Chiefs won 11 games after winning just two the year before. However, take note that KC had a pretty vanilla schedule last year, but good on them for taking advantage of it. This season the schedule is not friendly at all and the jury is out on whether they’ll be able to replicate last years performance. From a motivational angle, the Titans come into this game looking for revenge after last season’s 27-17 setback; Locker was a notable injury in that game where the Chiefs rallied to win despite blowing a 13-0 halftime lead. The Titans are a popular pick as a breakout team this season and I can see why, as for the most part the offense has all the pieces in place to be far better than last year’s installment. Kansas City has problems on the offensive line and is very thin defensively in my opinion. So while it is only week one and most everyone is healthy, I just don’t think the Chiefs are going to sneak up on anyone this year. I’m grabbing all the points I can get in what should be a much more competitive game than what the oddsmakers are leading us to believe.
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