The Titans have seen way too many injuries lately.
Last season, Kenny Britt's season was yet again cut short by injury. It seems like he'll be ready for the start of the season, but with his injury history, you never know how long he'll be on the field.
Derrick Morgan, who the Titans will want to see a big year from after a disappointing first two seasons, has also missed out on a lot of games because of injuries.
Then there are players who have suffered some kind of injury in the offseason. Eugene Amano and Leroy Harris both had to surrender first-team snaps in practice to their backups. When you remember that David Stewart also missed some time last season because of injury, the offensive line starts to look shaky.
On top of all of that, the presumed starting quarterback will be turning 37 next season, and the starting left guard is 34. The Titans are a young team overall, but two injured players at key positions is all it would take to derail a season.