I have a wall in my bedroom, it is drywall, on top of furring strips spaced 24 inches apart, on top of concrete. I have a small blue arrow below the center furring strip on the picture below which marks the exact center of the room. The TV in the picture is NOT the TV I will be putting on this wall; I'm just using it temporarily.
The problem I am having is with my TV mount, which will be a Sanus BLF213. The mount is really only long enough to go through one of the furring strips if I want to mount it anywhere near the center of the room; which I do.
I plan on drilling through the drywall, through the furring strip, and then into the concrete behind it, with some concrete anchors. But since I can only go through one of the furring strips, that means the other half of the TV mount will be going through an inch of open air.
Is this going to be a problem?