The titans have the same players from last year. They are just a year older. And what is so different about the cards? It's not like these teams changed coaches like the colts did. It's not like they have 2 rookie recievers like the colts do and a rookie RB like the colts do. Right now yes I would say their schedule so far until they play the pats is a soft schedule but looking into it from week 1 there is no way in hell you could say that when those three games are on the road.
Well, for starters, the Titans lost Haynesworth, and there were others as well. I'd have to dig for the others' names. Other than Haynesworth, I don't recall any of the others being big impact players like he was. So I'll give you that. But back at the beginning of the season, I'd have never predicted the Titans to be 0-5 right now. I don't think anyone would have, actually. I wouldn't have pegged them to be 5-0, but certainly not 0-5 either.
Week 1, I'll give you that. But week 1's outlook doesn't matter. What matters now, is week 5's outlook. And judging by that, they've had a weak schedule. Think of it like the BCS. At the end of the year, it doesn't matter where BYU was ranked when they beat OU. It only matters where BYU winds up at the end of the season. Ya know?
Oh, and it's not like IND has a true rookie RB. Yeah, they picked up Donald Brown, and yes he is a rookie. But Addai is still the starter, so that point is kind of null and void. And about the WR's, a rookie is still better than what they got out of Harrison last year. Wouldn't you agree? Besides, rookie or not, Garcon looks like he's trying to make a case as a Pro Bowl contender.