The Tennessee Titans end training camp with hopes of competing for an AFC playoff spot. Despite the highly-publicized quarterback battle, Titans camp ended with little drama, which is usually the best-case scenario for any team entering the season.
The Titans will look to compete with the Houston Texans for the AFC South crown. If they plan on giving last year's division winner competition, they'll have to make significant improvements on both sides of the ball.
Jake Locker will be asked to lead Tennessee's offense. Entering his first year as the starter, Locker will need help from his supporting cast if he's going to have success early on.
Tennessee's defense will look to improve under Jerry Gray, who enters his second year as the team's coordinator. This unit should be more comfortable and much improved after breaking in several young players last season.
The Titans appear to be a better team this year on paper, but that won't matter if they fail to prove it on the field.
Here are the six biggest things to take away from training camp.