Tennessee Titans vs Seattle: Seahawks expert shares their weaknesses

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This will be the Seahawks’ first real home game in front of the 12th man in over a year, and the crowd is going to be pumped and make lots of noise. That should help.

Seattle’s offense is also more versatile than in years past and should keep the Titans offense off balance. Last week, the Colts seem to focus on stopping Metcalf early which left Tyler Lockett open and Lockett is still Seattle’s most consistent receiver. If the Titans do the same, Lockett will have a big first half.

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I think the game comes down to how much pressure the Seahawks can get on Ryan Tannehill and not expose the cornerbacks. Derrick Henry is going to get his yards but if the Titans can get rhythm throwing the ball, Tenessee could win in a bit of a shootout. I still think Wilson and Company do just enough though and win by a score of 27-24.

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