You could do worse: Jake Locker
Start: Chris Johnson
You could do worse: Shonn Greene
You could do worse: Nate Washington
Washington doesn't get a lot of fantasy love but he did lead the Titans in receiving yards last year with 746 (16.2) average and tied Kendall Wright in touchdowns with 4. A better offense this year could mean his numbers increase as the Titans should move the ball better and score more often.
Start: Kenny Britt
The Steelers gave up 2 touchdowns to Ted Guinn Jr. of all people during the preseason. Both times he lined up at left wide receiver which is Britt's spot. The Steelers also gave up a touchdown pass to Junior Hemingway in the Chiefs game who was (wait for it) also lined up at left wide receiver. In fact, every single passing touchdown given up by the Steelers during the preseason was to the left or slot left (Victor Cruz) wide receiver.
Sit: Kendall Wright
At this point, I don't think Wright is a viable fantasy start. Fantasy drafters avoided Wright like the plague and for good reason. The knee injury combined with questions regarding his role in the offense make him a questionable fantasy choice until the logjam at wide receiver becomes a bit more clear.
Sit: Justin Hunter
The rookie has shown flashes but just isn't a good fantasy play and likely won't be this year.
Sit: Delanie Walker
Sit: Craig Stevens
Sit: Taylor Thompson
I like Taylor Thompson and he has definitely shown improvement from 2012 but Walker is expected to get the majority of the playing time and Thompson hasn't yet shown he is a good fantasy producer.
Start: Rob Bironas
If you drafted "My Bironas" as your kicker well you obviously must start him. Bironas has missed some kicks in the past year or two that he generally makes but he is still a reliable fantasy kicker at this point.
You could do worse: Tennessee Titans defense
The Titans defense was pretty terrible in 2012 but they did have a good game against the Steelers, sacking Ben Roesthlisberger once and generally getting good pressure. The Titans had 5 tackles for a loss in that game and Jason McCourty also intercepted a Roethlisberger pass. Surprisingly, the Titans run defense was good in that game as well. Still, Roethlisberger did throw for 363 yards and and 1 touchdown. The Titans are going to be far more aggressive this year and this defense could be a fantasy surprise in 2013.