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Previewing the 2013 Titans schedule with ticket prices

Will the Titans be a tough ticket this year?

Frederick Breedon

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

Titans Top Value Games For 2013

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.