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2023 Tennessee Titans Regular Season Overview
Next GameNext Game 08/25/2023 8:15 PM EST
Next OpponentNext Opponent NE New England Patriots 
Standing (Division)Division Rank 4th AFC South
WinsWins 0
LossesLosses 0
DrawsDraws 0
PPGPoints per Game 0
OPPGOpponent Points per Game 0
Head CoachHead Coach Mike Vrabel

Rotoworld Player News

  • TEN Wide Receiver #16
    Burks is in a race against time after being carted from the field eight days ago. With only 17 more deals to heal up, it is a bit difficult to believe he will be ready for the opener against the Saints, though teams routinely push the envelope in these situations. Our first real clue as to Burks’ Week 1 status may not come until the Titans issue their initial injury report on Wednesday Sept. 6.
  • FA Wide Receiver #84
    Jets head coach Robert Saleh said earlier that Davis was at risk of missing Week 1 against the Bills but wouldn’t get into specifics. Now we know why. The former No. 5 overall pick of the 2017 NFL Draft appears ready to call it quits after six seasons. Davis was selected by the Titans out of Western Michigan and joined the Jets in 2021. While he never lived up to his lofty draft capital, the veteran receiver posted a career-high 984 yards and five touchdowns in 2020 and was a solid WR2 for the Jets over two seasons. His retirement permanently elevates Allen Lazard to the Jets’ WR2 role and makes him a low-end WR3 option alongside teammate Aaron Rodgers.
  • TEN Wide Receiver #18
    Philips, a slot receiver who missed much of 2022 with a hamstring issue, had drawn praise from Tennessee coaches during training camp. His absence — along with Treylon Burks (knee) — will open up regular season snaps for Racey McMath and Mason Kinsey. DeAndre Hopkins, meanwhile, is set to dominate targets in the Titans offense.
  • TEN Running Back
    Spears’ touchdown came on a 33-yard burst up the middle, which saw him hurdle a defender on his way to the end zone. The rookie third-round pick drew the start on Saturday with the starters sidelined and turned in a solid first half of football. Playing in the same backfield as Derrick Henry hasn’t proved beneficial for Titans’ backup running backs at this point, but it’s possible Spear’s explosiveness and receiving upside earns him legitimate snaps at some point. He’s an interesting late-round pick in PPR leagues and would have strong upside if Henry ever missed time. Spears has now rushed 13 times for 89 yards and one touchdown in two preseason games and is averaging a solid 6.8 YPC.
  • TEN Quarterback
    Levis exited Thursday’s practice early and did not return to the field. The details of his injury are far from clear at this point, but his status for Saturday’s preseason game could be questionable, as head coach Mike Vrabel said the team will “see where he’s at” come game day. Second-year quarterback Malik Willis was already expected to start Saturday’s game, with Levis scheduled to play after him. We’ll see how this shakes up the Titans’ quarterback room in the coming days.
  • TEN Wide Receiver #16
    Fantasy managers can breathe a sigh of relief as Burks appears to have avoided a major injury. The second-year receiver was carted from the field during Wednesday’s practice and was assisted off the field by trainers. Burks has a little more than three weeks to get healthy before the Titans’ Week 1 matchup against the Saints. This injury shouldn’t knock him too far down draft boards.
  • TEN Wide Receiver #16
    Per Paul Kuharsky, Burks was unable to put weight on his left leg as he hopped to the cart. Trainers were looking at his knee and Burks was holding his upper calf below the knee. After a shaky rookie season, Burks looked poised for a strong second campaign with a healthy Ryan Tannehill under center and DeAndre Hopkins taking some of the pressure off of him. If the knee injury is serious, it could put his 2023 season in jeopardy.
  • TEN Quarterback #7
    While this shouldn’t be considered overly shocking after Levis fell down the draft board in late April, both quarterbacks appeared to be in a legitimate camp battle for the backup role this summer. The biggest fallout out of Titans camp this offseason is the assumption that starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill is in little jeopardy of losing the starting job any time soon. Tannehill has remained a steal in early fantasy drafts the entire offseason.
  • FA Defensive Back #23
    The Titans are in search of help in the secondary and are interested in Darby’s services. Darby spent last season with the Broncos but saw his season come to an end when he suffered a torn ACL in Week 5. The 29-year-old vet started all five games he appeared in last season and earned a PFF coverage grade of 66.3 after allowing 10 receptions for 111 scoreless yards. In addition to the Titans, Darby also met with the Texans earlier this summer.
  • TEN Wide Receiver #18
    “Anytime he gets in one-on-one situations, he has the ability to separate with his quickness,” Moore said. “He’s got really good route imagination to be able to create separation. He has caught the ball really well. I’m really pleased with where he is.” For his part, Philips has said he has bulked up after ending last season on injured reserve, but that he still feels more explosive. Still on track to get the first crack in the middle between DeAndre Hopkins and Treylon Burks, sophomore Philips could stack up some cheap WR4/5 PPR points.