The offense should be even better this year as long as the Dinger doesn't let it get predictable. The screen plays looked better with the 1st team...major improvement expected there. Except for the INT the receivers seem to be running better routes. If the first drive is any indicator the offense will make it look easy at times keeping the opposing defense off balance. After all, that is the promise of a VY lead team that has sufficient weapons. It won't be a Peyton Manning offense where you know what's coming and can't stop it anyway. Dinger should study the New Orleans offense and spread the ball around!!!! CJ 2.5K or even 2K ...I don't know if that is such a good thing. It would be sad if that's all we got. In other words I want to see the receiving corp take off. It could happen. The return game has to be better.....it can't be any worse, right? The defense looks better, but like others I worry about the linebackers. Can they cover against the pass? Can they shed blockers? With the youth movement, can we see a little more quickness from the D? The DB play should be better with the young guys pushing the starters. Depth worries me the most, so barring injuries we should see 10 wins even with a difficult schedule. I expect the Jags and the Texans to keep struggling....at least against the Titans. Maybe the team can overtake Indy and win the division. I see the Titans winning at home against Indy. They get the Steelers early, so that could be the key. The thing is....out of the first 8 games, 6 of those teams have big question marks. Based on last years records the schedule looks tough...but the Raiders, Steelers, Giants, Broncos, Jags, and Eagles all seem beatable. The Cowboys and Chargers are the biggest problems. And those 2 teams will be a measuring stick to see how far this team has come. It will be a tragedy if the titans are not 6-2 or 5-3 at the bye week. However there is room to improve with 3 straight home games against the division in Dec.