If there is a more underrated team in the NFL than Tennessee, I have yet to find them.
So far, the Titans seem to have their act together. Vince Young is the solid starter at quarterback, and with Chris Johnson running the ball and trusty head coach Jeff Fisher at the helm, Tennessee looks fairly solid in 2010.
Right now, no one has really been brave enough to say that the Titans are potential Super Bowl contenders.
Instead of remaining optimistic about this young and talented team, people seem to focus on the challenges that lay in store, such as Young's questionable consistency and, of course, the overall challenge that the AFC South poses.
However, aside from these small criticisms, there is no doubt that Tennessee is in firm control of their own destiny.
They haven't tasted much playoff success in recent years, and perhaps 2010 marks a new era for Titans postseason football.
The term "Super Bowl or Bust" could be applied to Tennessee, but realistically most Titans fans aren't thinking Super Bowl right now.
Instead, they are more focused on putting together a winning team for the future, and seeing just how far this talented roster really can take them.
Maybe Tennessee will slip into the postseason, and make a New York Jet-style playoff run, but who knows right now.
Let's face it, this is a strong possibility, and if it does happen, you can guarantee that the Titans will have an air of confidence about them in the future.
Is the Super Bowl in the cards? Quite possibly, you never know just how far a good and well coached roster can take a team.
If Tennessee fails to make the Super Bowl, let alone win it, expect some serious disappointment and heartache to be felt in Titan-land.