32. Tennessee Titans

After finishing last season 2-14 and losing most of their defensive weapons, it’s safe to say that we won’t be seeing the Titans in the playoffs anytime soon.

The Titans will probably start rookie quarterback Marcus Mariota to throw to a group of mediocre receivers behind a weak offensive line. Recently acquired linebacker Brian Orakpo will attempt to help Ray Horton’s beat up defense, and rookie inside runner David Cobb will help improve the run game, but overall, the Titans just don’t have enough talent to be legitimate contenders this year.

31. Cleveland Browns

Josh Gordon’s suspension, Jordan Cameron’s departure, and the signing of two wideouts who aren’t necessarily known for scoring makes the Browns the second to last team in these rankings.

The Browns once again enter training camp with a quarterback competition involving second year quarterback Johnny Manziel. However, his new opponent is Josh McCown following Brian Hoyer’s departure to Houston. The Browns actually didn’t have a bad defense last season finishing 9th in points and 23rd in yards, and the arrival of Tramon Williams and Randy Starks will only help the cause. In the end, the Browns offense will not be able to be productive, and the’ll have another rough season.