Can the Tennessee Titans do anything about Tyreek Hill?
The good news is by the time the Tennessee Titans get to Week 7 of the NFL schedule, Caleb Farley will have six NFL games and some nice experience (plus game film) to build on. The bad news is his seventh test will probably be one of his more difficult.
The Tennessee Titans welcome the Kansas City Chiefs to Nissan Stadium for another game that could go a long way in determining divisional superiority. Many of the Chiefs need no introduction. Throw Tyreek Hill‘s name in that mix. He isn’t called Cheetah for no reason, but the good news is this. Farley can cook too.
Watching Hill get moved all over the field and watching Farley do what he needs to do to limit him is already worth the price of admission, and as is the case in every other game the Titans will be in. The rookie’s performance will be one of the determining factors in whether or not this one ends up in the win or the loss column.
Hey, here’s the good news. At least this game won’t be in K.C. When the Chiefs get on a roll at home, it can feel like the visiting team is under attack.