NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Titans open the season Sunday at Pittsburgh trying to stem the tide that has come with not making the playoffs since 2008.
After the Titans went 9-7 and barely missed the playoffs two seasons ago in head coach Mike Munchak's promising debut, there was guarded optimism for last season. But with injuries and underachievement taking their toll, the Titans limped to a 6-10 record, putting Munchak squarely on the hot seat being stoked by team owner Bud Adams.
With unprecedented activity in free agency to the tune of 100 million-plus spent, the hiring of former assistant Gregg Williams upon his NFL reinstatement and an influx of immediate impact draft picks, the Titans are seemingly all in for a season that could well be a crossroad in franchise history.
With all that in mind, here are some things to pay attention to in 2013.
Three Things To Know
1. The fact the Titans had an injury-plagued and fairly pitiful offensive line last year didn't reflect well ...