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TENNESSEE TITANS (10-8)New faces: Coach Mike Vrabel Youth Taylor Decker Jersey , defensive coordinator Dean Pees, offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur, CB Malcolm Butler, RB Dion Lewis, G Kevin Pamphile, QB Blaine Gabbert, G Xavier Su'a-Filo, LB Will Compton, DL Bennie Logan, LB Rashaan Evans, LB Harold Landry, S Kendrick Lewis, S Kenny Vaccaro.Key losses: Coach Mike Mularkey, defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau, RB DeMarco Murray, QB Matt Cassel, DL Karl Klug Youth Christian Jones Jersey , S Da'Norris Searcy, NT Sylvester Williams, strength coach Steve Watterson.Strengths: Defense ranked fourth in NFL against run, tied for fifth in sacks in helping Titans to first playoff berth since 2008. RB Derrick Henry led team in rushing despite only two starts. Titans had second-fewest penalties in league. QB Marcus Mariota missed only one game and led 18-point rally for first playoff victory in 14 years. Mariota also coming off first healthy offseason since entering NFL, with offense designed to fit his skills. Offensive line featuring two-time Pro Bowl LT Taylor Lewan returns all five starters, though RT Jack Conklin is coming off torn ACL. WR Corey Davis coming off healthy offseason, and three-time Pro Bowl TE Delanie Walker is back, with TE Jonnu Smith poised for better second season.Weaknesses: Veteran WR Rishard Matthew has been on physically unable to perform list all preseason. Aside from Matthews and Davis, rest of receiving corps is very young and untested. Evans was hurt in opening days of training camp. Secondary lost starting S Johnathan Cyprien in camp to torn ACL with two other key backups also on injured reserve.Fantasy Players To Watch: Davis. The fifth overall draft pick in 2017 flashed his big play potential in his injury-plagued rookie season. He has been healthy and worked with Mariota most of offseason.Vegas Says: Super Bowl 52-1. Over/under wins 8.Expectations: Titans want much more after consecutive 9-7 seasons, including sweep of AFC South champion Jacksonville last season and winning wild-card game at Kansas City. Firing Mularkey and hiring Vrabel was made to get most out of Mariota in his fourth season. Titans bolstered secondary adding Butler to CBs Logan Ryan and Adoree Jackson and All-Pro S Kevin Byard. This is 20th season since franchise debuted Titans nickname, which ended in team's lone Super Bowl berth in Atlanta, where next Super Bowl will be played.Lions Week 2 snap counts: Kerryon Johnson nearing starter status, Kerry Hyder gets big demotion Here are the snap counts and some observations from the Detroit Lions’ Week 2 game against the San Francisco 49ers.Offense:QuarterbacksMatthew Stafford: 77 (100%)Running backsKerryon Johnson: 36 (47%)Theo Riddick: 28 (36%)LeGarrette Blount: 17 (22%)FullbacksNick Bellore: 6 (8%) — 23 (68%)Tight endsLuke Willson: 40 (52%) — 12 (35%)Levine Toilolo: 22 (29%) — 5 (15%)Michael Roberts: 7 (9%) — 7 (21%)Wide receiversMarvin Jones Jr.: 77 (100%)Kenny Golladay: 71 (92%)Golden Tate: 65 (84%)TJ Jones: 16 (21%) — 11 special teams snaps (32%)Offensive tacklesTaylor Decker: 77 (100%) — 5 (15%)Rick Wagner: 77 (100%) — 5 (15%)Guards/centersGraham Glasgow: 77 (100%) — 5 (15%)Frank Ragnow: 77 (100%) — 5 (15%)Kenny Wiggins: 77 (100%) — 5 (15%)Joe Dahl: 0 (0%) — 5 (15%)Observations:The Kerryon Johnson takeover has begun. While he didn’t get the start, he ended up with the most carries of any back. Obviously, this, in part, had to do with LeGarrette Blount’s ejection and Theo Riddick’s brief injury exit www.detroitlionsteamonline.com , but Johnson got into this game much earlier than previous weeks, so you have to think his first career start is not far behind. Luke Willson saw a huge increase in playtime, moving from 20 percent participation last week to 52 percent this week. That makes sense considering Levine Toilolo’s struggles last week, but you’d still like to see more receiving production out of Willson. Yay, 100 percent participation from the offensive line! Defense:Defensive endDa’Shawn Hand: 38 (59%) — 6 (18%)Romeo Okwara: 25 (39%) — 12 (35%)Kerry Hyder: 10 (16%)Defensive tackleSylvester Williams: 37 (58%) — 6 (18%)Ricky Jean Francois: 35 (55%) — 6 (18%)A’Shawn Robinson: 23 (36%) — 6 (18%)LinebackersDevon Kennard: 64 (100%) — 6 (18%)Jarrad Davis: 64 (100%) — 5 (15%)Christian Jones: 59 (92%) — 11 (32%)Eli Harold: 25 (39%) — 12 (35%)Jalen Reeves-Maybin: 3 (5%) — 21 (62%)Marquis Flowers: 0 (0%) — 19 (56%)CornerbacksQuandre Diggs: 64 (100%) — 9 (26%)Teez Tabor: 50 (78%) — 15 (44%)Darius Slay: 41 (64%) — 6 (18%)Nevin Lawson: 37 (58%) — 15 (44%)Jamal Agnew: 17 (27%) — 14 (41%)Dee Virgin: 0 (0%) — 17 (50%)SafetyGlover Quin: 64 (100%) — 6 (18%)Tavon Wilson: 32 (50%) — 5 (15%)Tracy Walker: 10 (16%) — 23 (68%)Miles Killebrew: 0 (0%) — 24 (71%)Charles Washington: 0 (0%) — 23 (68%)Observations:The first thing that pops out is how different the defensive tackle rotation was because A’Shawn Robinson was active. He allowed both Sylvester Williams and Rick Jean Francois to rest a bit. Both were over 75 percent participation last week, but were down closer to 50 this week. Of course, the on-field product wasn’t all that different. Four (!!) different Lions players played in every snap: Quandre Diggs, Devon Kennard, Jarrad Davis, and... yep, Glover Quin was back to full participation after just 67 percent last week. With Ezekiel Ansah out this week, you may have expected Kerry Hyder to see a big increase in snaps. Instead, you saw the exact opposite. After 75 percent of snaps played last week, he dropped to just 16 percent in Week 2. He must not have made a very good impression vs. the Jets. Speaking of bad first impressions, Teez Tabor saw a ton of playing time in his first career start, but he was also benched during a significant portion of the game. Special teamsSam Martin: 15 (44%)Don Muhlbach: 11 (32%)Matt Prater: 6 (18%)