The Tennessee Titans are left with more questions than answers two weeks into the 2022 NFL season.
After a disappointing 21-20 loss to the New York Giants in their season opener, they had no chance against the Buffalo Bills.
The Bills scored 34 points in the second and third quarters while shutting down their opponents in the final three chapters.
The 41-7 final score was settled after the third frame and the Titans never had a chance to bounce back.
In Week 3, Tennessee will face another high-powered offense in the Las Vegas Raiders.
That scenario has ESPN’s Dianna Russini pointing out the truth that is tough to swallow for Titans fans.
The Titans always pride themselves on being hungry dogs/hyenas….I just don’t think this team has enough “dogs” this season
— Dianna Russini (@diannaESPN) September 20, 2022
Russini tweeted, “The Titans always pride themselves on being hungry dogs/hyenas….I just don’t think this team has enough “dogs” this season.”
They have lost a lot of bite on offense after trading A.J. Brown to the Philadelphia Eagles.
His 155-yard performance against the Detroit Lions made them miss him more.
Sad to say, running backs don’t age well and Henry might be on the decline as well.
More Problems For The Titans
Harold Landry signed a five-year, $87.5 million extension during the offseason.
Unfortunately, the outside linebacker had an abrupt end to his season after tearing his ACL in practice.
That’s a disappointing development after a season wherein he had 12 sacks and 50 solo tackles.
Finally, quarterback Ryan Tannehill is also struggling in his first two games.
While he had decent stats against the New York Giants in Week 1, he completed only 11 passes and threw two interceptions against the Bills.NEXT: Titans Fans Saw A Glimpse Of The Future With Malik Willis