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The opening game of the season is always a must-watch game, no matter who the opponent is.
Since the Titans open with the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium in 2014, this game doesn't need any excuses for being a must-watch game.
It's very convenient that Dexter McCluster will play his first official game in a Titans uniform against his former team. He'll definitely be pumped up for this game, as if he needed a reason to be.
If this game is anything like last season's thriller that saw the Titans lose during the late moments of the game, then we're in for another treat to get 2014 kicked off.
Emotions will be running high to see if Jake Locker can get off to a solid start with so many questions swirling around if he's the right guy to be lining up under center. This is all assuming the Titans don't draft a quarterback to immediately replace Locker, which I don't expect them to do.
Starting 0-1 under Ken Whisenhunt is very possible after seeing the Chiefs revealed as the opponent in Week 1. Winning on the road is always a challenge, and it's amplified at Arrowhead Stadium in Week 1. Those fans will be going crazy, and the Titans will be forced to find quick chemistry with a lot of new players.
If the Titans figure out a way to win this game on the road, then it will be safe to say that this team has a good shot at doing something special in 2014.