However, on the official game release made available to media on Monday night, that depth chart still has Gage - who has been out four weeks with a hamstring injury - as the starter with Moss as a key reserve.
Despite his limited knowledge of the offense, it is believed that the Titans are likely to go ahead and start Moss against the Dolphins. His 22 receptions this season for the Patriots and Vikings put him tied for second with Chris Johnson on the team, one behind team leader Kenny Britt.
Titans coach Jeff Fisher said it would be unlikely that Moss could grasp the full offense in one week, but said the receiver will play against the Miami Dolphins.
"I would expect him to play this week. I don’t know how much, we’ve discussed it, the one thing he is adamant about is he doesn’t want to go out there unsure of what to do and where you put someone in a position where they’re going to make a mistake or somebody might get hurt," Fisher said. "He doesn’t want to be breaking the huddle having to be told what to do. We’ve got realistic expectations and we’ll see how the week goes. He’s really a smart football player; he’s not going to have any difficulty whatsoever adjusting to our offense."