4. HB Ronald Jones II
This could finally be the week that the Buccaneers choose to give Ronald Jones II the majority of the touches in the run game.
Despite splitting carries with Peyton Barber and Dare Ogunbowale all season, Jones has been the most effective of the Buccaneers three running backs.
He currently has 279 yards and two touchdowns on 63 carries, good for 4.4 yards per carry.
Despite playing the least amount of snaps of the three backs (according to Pro Football Focus, Jones has 120 snaps, with Barber getting 149 and Ogunbowale getting 143), he has maximized his effectiveness in the running game, which could mean that he will get the majority of the carries moving forward.
The Buccaneers are 21st in the league in rushing offense, so Jones may not look to be too much of a threat, especially with the Titans having not allowed a 100-yard rusher so far this season.
Still, he is definitely a player that the Titans defense should keep their eyes on.