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It is time to take a look at where the so-called experts think the Titans rank against the other teams of the NFL.

15. Titans
Head coach Jeff Fisher must be feeling pretty good. He's set to have his contract extended through 2011 ... and, barring an unexpected development, he'll have Vince Young as his quarterback during that time.

13. Titans
The Titans played valiantly against the Colts on Sunday, coming up just short in a tough 22-20 loss. The Tennessee rushing game continued right where it left off in Week 1, gashing the Colts defense for 141 yards. So much for missing Travis Henry. In two weeks, the Titans have put up 423 total yards on the ground. Vince Young worked miracles in an upset of the Colts in December last season. He had his chances Sunday but was bottled up and stopped on a 4th-and-4 attempt in a final minute drive. The Titans have looked solid thus far, and they take on the struggling Saints in New Orleans next weekend.

14. Titans
There are plenty of things to be optimistic about when playing to within 2 points of the champs. In fact, it might even account for a rise in the rankings.

14. Titans
Tennessee played well but couldn't produce enough offense to keep up with Manning and the Colts in their week two loss. Vince Young meets Reggie Bush next Monday night.


19. Titans
They played a tough game against the Colts, but to be a playoff team they have to win those types of games. At some point, they need to get more from their passing game.

23. Titans
Vince Young had the ball in his hands with the game on the line, but this time, the Colts defense came up big.

8. Titans
Betting against Vince Young is becoming a great way to end up at the soup kitchen.
That is an average of just over 15th which is down a little from last week's number that was just under 15th. The Titans are starting to turn some heads nationally. Monday Night Football is a huge stage. If the Titans play well and win on Monday, they will get a lot more national attention.