Ranking starting RBs Tennessee Titans are expected to face in 2021

Jonathan Taylor #28, Indianapolis Colts (Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images)
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Here are four tough tests for the Tennessee Titans defense.

4. Devin Singletary, Buffalo Bills, Week 6: He’s overvalued by some guys and massively underrated by a few others, but Devin Singletary has the skill set to be one of the NFL’s great tailbacks. In his first 32 games, he’s made 27 starts (those numbers include the playoffs), and he’s thrown 1,583 rushing yards, 477 receiving yards, and six total touchdowns on the resume.

3. Cam Akers, Los Angeles Rams, Week 9: After parting ways with Todd Gurley, it appeared that the Los Angeles Rams were wasting a lot of their time with successors until they stumbled upon this Cam Akers guy from the Florida State Seminoles.

As a rookie, he notched 846 rushing yards and four trips to the end zone if you include his first two playoff starts. He figures to build on that momentum in 2021.

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2. Jonathan Taylor, Indianapolis Colts, Weeks 3 and 8: It took a little while for Jonathan Taylor to find his mojo, but once he did, he really started to do some stuff that made him look like that guy we all fawned over throughout the 2019 college football season. You know, the guys that seemingly broke off long runs at will while with the Wisconsin Badgers. As a rookie, 35 of his 232 carries went for ten yards or more.

1. Alvin Kamara, New Orleans Saints, Week 10: Alvin Kamara isn’t just the best tailback the Tennessee Titans will see on their schedule. He’s probably the best at his position, next to the guy in Nashville of course. He’s already notched 3,697 rushing yards and 46 trips to the end zone in his brilliant career if you include what he’s done in seven playoff games.