Tennessee Titans (1-6)
What they’ve done well: Not much. When Tennessee owner Bud Adams issued an edict to coach Jeff Fisher to start Vince Young a 23-game absence, it resulted in the team's first win. Score one for the owner. The best asset that Young has to work with is the running game. With speedster Chris Johnson leading the way, the Titans average 162.3 yards per game and rank second in the league. That has meant little since the Titans haven't gotten the chance to grind out a win.
Needs improvement: The Titans were a 13-3 team a year ago and most expected them to contend with the Colts for the AFC South title again this year. When they dropped the season opener at Pittsburgh, everything fell apart. Tennessee stopped playing defense (it allows 394.9 yards per game) and has given up at times. Without Albert Haynesworth in the middle of the defensive line, the defense isn't as physical. The secondary also has struggled covering receivers and creating turnovers.
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