Key Bengals offensive players Titans need to stop.
The Tennessee Titans lost to the Pittsburg Steelers in week seven. Instead of licking their wounds, they are now looking to correct their mistakes against the young Cincinnati Bengals.
If the Titans are going to avenge their loss from a week ago instead of turning it into a streak, they will need to do a couple of things differently.
Instead of focusing on exactly what the Titans should change on defense (which we have covered pretty extensively here in the past week) let’s turn it around and look at what the Cincinnati Bengals will try to do on offense to beat Tennessee.
We have seen so far this season, what rookie quarterback Joe Burrow is able to do a lot with a borderline negligent offensive line in front of him. I’m not sure if that line could get worse, but if they can the Titans are going to see it because they will be without three of their starting linemen including the three most important positions: left tackle, center, and right tackle.
So, why should Tennessee be worried about playing a rookie quarterback and an offensive line full of players who will be backups next year? Well, if you haven’t seen the Tennessee Titans defense this season, let me remind you of some players they could struggle with.