Four Tennessee Titans players to watch for in Week 3.
It is always a great week coming off a win, but the Tennessee Titans will face a tough test on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks.
Of course, Seattle’s offense hasn’t been clicking just yet, but you can never count out Russell Wilson making a few big plays each game. Also, their defense is as a good as ever and will keep them in every game.
And like each week, here are four Titans to look for.
We are only two weeks into the season, but Jurrell Casey has just two tackles so far. This could be the week where he gets back on track and shows how much of a dominating force he is.
The Seahawks offensive line is one of the worst in the NFL and we should see Casey constantly beating his man and causing havoc in the backfield. Look for him to have a couple of tackles for a loss and a ton of pressure on Wilson.
With DeMarco Murray aggravating his hamstring injury, that could open the door for Derrick Henry to be the lead back this week. Against the Jacksonville Jaguars, he had 14 carries, 92 yards, and a touchdown.
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The Seahawks defense will be a tough task, but Henry isn’t afraid of contact and will not be an easy man to bring down. Just ask Jalen Ramsey about being run over by him.
The Titans have been finding creative ways to get the ball in his hands and we should see even more plays designed for Taylor against the Seahawks. Against the Jaguars, he had a beautiful diving 42 yard catch from Marcus Mariota and also a 17 yard sweep play.
Jack Conklin has played well, but had three penalties last week. That can’t happen this week.
They turn into drive killers and the Titans can’t have that happen against a team like the Seahawks. It won’t be surprising if Conklin comes out and plays like the All-Pro he was in 2016, however.