If the AFC South is as average as the power rankings suggest, then it could mean the Titans have a chance to win in a bad division.
We saw it from the Seahawks last season playing in the horrible NFC West, as they finished 7-9 and got the opportunity to host a playoff game.
What this list really illustrates is how easy the Titans' schedule should be this season.
The Titans will get to play five of the six worst teams on the list, and will play the Jaguars twice, which are ranked No.22.
Where should the Titans be ranked to start the season?
Even the Texans weren't able to get much love from ESPN.com writers, as they were only ranked at No.17 on the list.
The average ranking of the Titans' opponents will be 17th heading into the season, so if these rankings are accurate, then the Titans could have a puncher's chance at a playoff spot.
It wouldn't be too much of a shock to see the Titans at 3-2 heading into their bye week, but after that the difficulty of the schedule dramatically increases.
However, you can only take these preseason rankings with a grain of salt in most cases.
It is hard to argue with where the Titans are ranked, and some could even argue that their ranking is generous.
The Titans roster is full of question marks with the lingering Chris Johnson holdout, Kenny Britt's legal troubles and a lot of youth on the defensive side of the ball.
The voters must have a lot of faith in what Hasselbeck can do for the Titans and in head coach Mike Munchak's coaching ability.
We'll find out real fast how much potential the Titans have in 2011 when they face off with the Ravens in Week 2.
If the Titans are at least competitive in that game, then we'll know how accurate this preseason ranking really is.