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The Tennessee Titans start their 2014 season traveling to Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri on Sunday.

The Tennessee Titans finished their 2013 season at 7-9 overall and 2-4 in the AFC South. Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick led the Titans with 2454 passing yards and 14 TDs. In addition, Chris Johnson had 1077 rushing yards and 6 TDs.

The Titans defense was ranked 14th in the NFL last season. Bernard Pollard led the Titans with 77 solo tackles and 99 total tackles. Alterraun Verner led the team with 5 interceptions.

Kansas City finished their 2013 season at 11-5 overall and 2-4 in the AFC West. Kansas City was led by quarterback Alex Smith who had 3313 passing yards and 23 TDs. In addition, Jamaal Charles led the team with 1287 rushing yards and 12 TDs.

Kansas City’s defense was ranked 24th in the NFL last season. They were led by Derrick Johnson who had 95 solo tackles and 107 total tackles. Quintin Demps led the team with 4 interceptions.

Keys to Tennessee win

Jake Locker returns from injury at quarterback and must keep his mistakes to a minimum against a tough Kansas City defense. The Titans defense must stop Jamaal Charles both rushing and when he comes out of the backfield to catch the ball.

Keys to Kansas City win

Kansas City will need Alex Smith to play good game and not turn the ball over. Jamaal Charles will have a good game as usual and score some TDs.

Key Injuries

Tennessee

Antonio Johnson, Collin McCarthy, Mike Martin

Kansas City

Marcus Cooper, De’Anthony Thomas, Donald Stephenson, Dwayne Bowe, Eric Kush, Joe Mays, Sanders Commings, Tyler Bray

Favorite

Kansas City -3

Conclusion

Kansas City will start their season strong by shutting the Tennessee offense down and with Smith having a strong game at quarterback and Charles running the ball.

About James Rhodes

James is an American born sports writer that covers all sports and has a passion for football at every level He began his journalism career then and has been published on numerous sports websites and publications

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