Four Tennessee Titans to keep an eye on in Week 10 vs. the Bengals.
This week, they will face a struggling Cincinnati Bengals team and look to extend their winning streak to four, and their home winning streak to four as well. This will be a huge game leading up to next Thursday’s showdown against the Pittsburgh Steelers, but the Titans need to make sure they take care of business on Sunday first.
As always, here are four Titans to watch this week.
What a playmaker Kevin Byard is turning into. He is turning into the player the defense has been missing for years.
Of course, Byard will try to extend his interception streak in this game, as he has five in the past two games and six on the season. Andy Dalton has thrown eight interceptions on the season, including four in one game. Byard could have an opportunity at a few interceptable passes and will also be needed when Dalton tries to throw deep to A.J. Green.
Jack Conklin has certainly returned to his Pro Bowl and All-Pro level the past three games. He didn’t allow a single pressure against the Ravens and has allowed just one over the past three games.
That is pretty incredible and was needed when Mariota was basically playing on one leg against the Indianapolis Colts and Cleveland Browns. His dominance will once again be needed against the Bengals and the Titans will have a good chance of winning if Mariota stays upright.
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He has been so close to having a huge play and this could finally be the week. Adoree’ Jackson has had a few punt returns called back and had a chance to turn his 20-yard run on offense into a touchdown if he received the hand-off cleanly.
I am calling it now: This is the week Jackson scores a touchdown or at least gets his first interception. It could be even better if he returns that interception for a touchdown. Why not kill two birds with one stone?
Corey Davis ended up playing 39 snaps in his first game since Week 2 against the Jacksonville Jaguars. He had just two catches for 28 yards, but had a beautiful catch on the sideline, showing us his potential.
Against the Bengals, Davis will have another week of practice under his belt and could see more snaps and targets come his way.