NASHVILLE - The 2020 season is now in the rear-view mirror for the Tennessee Titans.
The Titans finished with an 11-5 mark while winning the AFC South for the first time since 2008 before stumbling against the Baltimore Ravens in the Wild Card round on Sunday.
Already we know the team's opponents for 2021, at Nissan Stadium, and on the road.
Here's a look at the 2021 schedule (includes records for 2020):
Buffalo Bills (13-3) Miami Dolphins (10-6) Arizona Cardinals (8-8) San Francisco 49ers (6-10) Kansas City Chiefs (14-2) Houston Texans (4-12) Indianapolis Colts (11-5) Jacksonville Jaguars (1-15)
New England Patriots (7-9) New York Jets (2-14) Los Angeles Rams (10-6) Seattle Seahawks (12-4) Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4) Houston Texans (4-12) Indianapolis Colts (11-5) Jacksonville Jaguars (1-15)
Also, the NFL is planning to expand the regular season to 17 games in 2021, according to NFL.com. Each team would play an extra interconference matchup -- AFC vs. NFC -- based on divisional standings from the preceding season and on a rotating divisional basis.
Exact dates and times for next season's games will be announced at a later date.