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The most important thing about the Titans this season is of course how many wins they'll come away with.
Gambling911 puts the Titans over/under at 5.5 wins. Paul Kuharsky of ESPN is a bit more favorable, predicting that the Titans will win seven games, while Walterfootball predicted that the Titans would end up with a repeat of their 2012 record.
However, when I look at their schedule, I see more wins than that. The Titans have their share of tough games—they face the Texans twice, the 49ers, the Seahawks, the Broncos and the Rams. However, they also have some easier teams like the Jets, the Jaguars, the Raiders and the Chiefs.
Given the improvement on the offensive line and some progress by Locker, I see the Titans finishing with eight or nine wins. Eight seems more likely to me, but they could win nine with a little luck.
Of course, they could be better that I think—or worse for that matter. All I can do is make my best guess. That guess, unfortunately, doesn't put the Titans in the playoffs.