Tennessee Titans schedule: 3 Toughest matchups for rookie Caleb Farley

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2. player. 124. . . . Tyreek Hill

Well Tennessee Titans fans, he isn’t called the cheetah for no reason.

Despite being six-foot-two and a little under 200 pounds, Caleb Farley is a lot faster than some believe him to be. He ran a blistering 4.28-second 40-yard dash at his Pro Day, and if he’s completely healed, there’s no reason not to hang your hat on the theory that he could be even faster when the bright lights come on during the 2021-2022 NFL regular season.

He’ll need every ounce of speed when he faces The Cheetah in Week 7. Don’t look now, but the Tennessee Titans are scheduled for a home date with, of all people, the AFC Champion Kansas City Chiefs.

You’ve all been wondering if the Titans have improved their defense enough during the most recent offseason. This one will go a long way in answering the question.

Folks, Tyreek Hill isn’t called ‘Cheetah’ for no reason. It’s been a while, but he also ran the 40 in the 4.2 range (4.29 to be exact). Game speed is something else entirely though, and these guys aren’t running in straight lines. We know that. Still, after five seasons, if Tyreek Hill has lost a step, it hasn’t affected his game any. Expect the mad scientist Andy Reid to move him all over the field and keep Farley busy.

This is a matchup we’re sure to be discussing leading up to the game and well after it’s over. Keep in mind the fact that Hill has Patrick Mahomes tossing him the football, and Mahomes can spin it and thread the needle with the best of them.