New and Improved Titans Will Face Sixth-Hardest Schedule in 2024 NFL

The Tennessee Titans' 2024 NFL schedule: six games with AFC South rivals Houston, Jacksonville, and Indianapolis, plus 10 total games with AFC East and NFC North teams, as well as the Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Chargers.
Tennessee Titans quarterback Will Levis (8) leaps on a keeper past Houston Texans defensive tackle
Tennessee Titans quarterback Will Levis (8) leaps on a keeper past Houston Texans defensive tackle / Andrew Nelles / The Tennessean / USA

NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Titans' upgraded roster will have to prove itself in 2024 against one of the toughest schedules in the NFL.

According to Sharp Football Analysis, which analyzes each team's opponents using projected win totals from Las Vegas oddsmakers, the Titans are looking at the sixth-hardest schedule. 

The Pittsburgh Steelers have the toughest schedule on paper, followed by the New England Patriots, Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens, Minnesota Vikings, and the Titans. Warren Sharp also projects a Titans win total of 6.5, consistent with the over/under set by several sports books. 

In addition to playing in the AFC South, which is quickly elevating in status, the Titans will face teams from the AFC East and NFC North this season.

The Titans will host the fourth-place team from the AFC North, the Cincinnati Bengals. Last season, the Bengals had to play several games without star quarterback Joe Burrow; if he's healthy, first-year Titans coach Brian Callahan's former team probably will be better than last season. 

The Titans will go on the road to meet the AFC West's Los Angeles Chargers.

Here's a look at the Titans' opponents for the 2024 season. The schedule with dates will be released in May. 

Titans Home Games in 2024

  • New England Patriots
  • New York Jets 
  • Green Bay Packers 
  • Minnesota Vikings 
  • Cincinnati Bengals 
  • Houston Texans 
  • Indianapolis Colts 
  • Jacksonville Jaguars

Titans Away Games in 2024

  • Buffalo Bills 
  • Miami Dolphins 
  • Chicago Bears 
  • Detroit Lions 
  • Los Angeles Chargers 
  • Washington Commanders 
  • Houston Texans 
  • Indianapolis Colts 
  • Jacksonville Jaguars

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