This Saturday, the Tennessee Titans will take on the Chicago Bears. While it's debatable how well preseason games can predict how a team will perform in the regular season, there's nothing wrong with keeping an eye out for certain trends.
With such a large shake-up in the organization within the last year and shortened NFL training camps, these exhibitions are extremely important for the Titans.
By the third week of preseason, fans, players and coaches alike want to see some progress. Luckily, the Titans have shown in the first two games that the team could be much better than anyone expected going into the 2011 offseason.
With this comes some good things, and some bad. There are many aspects of the game to keep an eye on this week, but here are five that come to mind first.