The Tennessee Titans finished the 2013 season at 7-9, which ultimately led to the firing of head coach Mike Munchak. In his place this season as the team looks to make a resurgence will be offensive guru Ken Whisenhunt, who will look to turn this team back into the playoff contender that it used to be.
2nd in AFC South
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Tennessee has a tough task ahead of them if they want to take over the AFC South, especially with the Colts getting consistently better, the Texans possibly getting back to where they once were at the top with everyone healthy and the Jaguars stacking up with a lot of young talent with loads of potential.
But this team has a lot of potential of their own, and under the direction of Whisenhunt, they’ll see if they can channel that into something successful, beginning this season.
They added some new key pieces to this team, although they lost some as well, including the face of the franchise, running back Chris Johnson, whom the team finally let go after a few lackluster seasons the past few years.
Can this team make a run toward the playoffs in 2014? That has yet to be seen, but let’s take a look at the season ahead for Whisenhunt and his team, as they begin that journey shortly.