2. Tennessee Titans
It has been a fire sale for the Tennessee Titans thus far. It is clear that the new Titans front office is looking to turn the page after the team disappointed with a horrible finish at the end of the 2022 season.
The Chargers were part of that horrible finish for the Titans and matched up really well against the team. The matchup should be even better for LA next season, which is a good thing considering they have to play 2023's game on the road instead of at home.
The trio of Taylor Lewan, Randy Bullock and Robert Woods were all released by the Titans this offseason. The team is also likely going to lose the likes of Bud Dupree, Zach Cunningham and Ben Jones, to name a few.
Tennessee has already lost Nate Davis, DeMarcus Walker, David Long Jr. and Austin Hooper, to name a few. The team has brought in some free agents to try and replace those losses but the amount of talent leaving still outweighs the amount of talent coming in.
Then there are the rumors that the Titans are listening to trade offers for Derrick Henry. Nothing is set in stone or guaranteed but Henry has been the entire motor of that offense. Losing him would obviously be massive.