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FanPulse: Titans fans remain mostly confident heading into week one

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The results are in.

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Week one is here and we will soon find out if the Titans will be able to go from good to great. GM Jon Robinson added Adam Humphries, A.J. Brown and Rodger Saffold to this offense in hopes of giving quarterback Marcus Mariota his best supporting cast yet.

Can Mariota stay healthy and cash in on a new contract? We’ll see starting on Sunday afternoon against the Browns.

Offseason Confidence Level

Robinson’s moves during free agency and the draft moved the needle with the fans, taking your confidence level from 64 percent up to 84 percent after the draft. Following an ultra-vanilla preseason that featured the Titans struggling in their “dress-rehearsal” contest, confidence sits at 79 percent heading into the season.


Worst to first?

As for the national question this week — which team has the best shot of going worst to first in their division this year? The national audience chose the Jacksonville Jaguars in a landslide, which makes sense. After the retirement of Andrew Luck, this division is wide open. Jacksonville made a big move at quarterback, moving on from Blake Bortles and signing Nick Foles.

The Jaguars, of course, would likely have to find a way to beat the Titans in order to do that, which is something they haven’t done since 2016.

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