Tennessee Titans versus Seattle: 10 Seahawks that can ruin Week 2

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5 Hawks on defense the Tennessee Titans must gameplan for

The Tennessee Titans had a hard time moving the ball versus the Arizona Cardinals in Week 1. The job doesn’t get any easier in Week 2.

Bobby Wagner, linebacker

It was quite the afternoon for one of the game’s best in Week 1 as Bobby Wagner racked up 13 tackles versus the Colts including six of the solo variety. Ryan Tannehill will want to know where he is pre-snap on every play.

Tre Flowers, safety

It was a rough afternoon for Tennessee’s all-star wide receiver duo of Julio Jones and A.J. Brown in Week 1. They were limited by the Cards’ secondary. They were limited by their offensive coordinator Todd Downing. Hopefully, we’ll see better play and playcalling in Week 2, but Tre Flowers poses issues for the Titans’ passing attack.

Jamal Adams, safety

Not only is Jamal Adams muy rich, but he’s also one of the best at his position. A jack of all trades, one of Seattle’s best players regardless of position is a danger to opposing offenses in both the passing and running game.

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Poona Ford, nose tackle

If Derrick Henry figures to silence the doubters, his offensive line will need to be better than they were in the season opener. Guys like the five-foot-eleven, 310-pound Poona Ford are walking into this one with the intent of ensuring this Titans rushing attack and passing game continues to struggle.

D.J. Reed, cornerback

D.J. Reed’s role in this one is uncertain. Will he shadow Julio Jones? Might he line up across from A.J. Brown? Wherever he lines up, he figures to create a nightmare afternoon for the guy he’s charged with covering.