The 2013 NFL season feels like it's drawing closer with the official release of the Tennessee Titans schedule. TiqIQ gears up for the New Year by taking a close look at Tennessee Titans tickets and their top-priced games as well as their best value games.
The Titans were just 6-10 a year ago, but considering they endured injuries to young quarterback Jake Locker and a rough start for running back Chris Johnson, it's arguable that they did a lot better than they should have.
A lot of people still question whether or not Locker is actually the answer, but he was basically still a rookie in 2012, and even with that he didn't get a full season under his belt due to missing games with a shoulder injury. He's healthy now and with a big arm and elite athleticism, has the potential to get this Titans offense off the ground, with the help of Chris Johnson, of course.
Tennessee could either be a middle-of-the round team or an exciting team on the rise. TiqIQ tries to figure it all out by analyzing some of their 2013 schedule:
Titans Home Avg: $139
Titans Top-Priced Games For 2013
- Week 7 - San Francisco 49ers (Avg Price: $189 | Get-in Price: $52)
- Week 11 - Indianapolis Colts (Avg Price: $156 | Get-in Price: $30)
- Week 17 - Houston Texans (Avg Price: $155 | Get-in Price: $32)
Titans Top Value Games For 2013
- Week 6 - Kansas City Chiefs (Avg Price: $117 | Get-in Price: $28)
- Week 3 - San Diego Chargers (Avg Price: $123 | Get-in Price: $28)
Ultimately, the Titans need to be looking up. Their season starts with a rough stretch and overall they don't have a very easy schedule. Still, their entire season is all about potential, as they still have a very talented squad on paper (on offense, that is). If they can stick together through a tough start (likely 0-2), they could have a chance to better their 2012 6-10 finish.