Tennessee Titans vs Indianapolis: 10 Colts who make Week 3 a nightmare

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Al-Quadin Muhammad #97, Indianapolis Colts
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5 Colts on defense that the Tennessee Titans offense must prepare for

Al-Quadin Muhammad, defensive end

Al-Quadin Muhammad leads the Colts in sacks. He only has 1.5 on his tally, but that does indeed lead the team. With the way the Tennessee Titans’ offense has played however there’s no reason to just assume he’ll be held in check.

Darius Leonard, linebacker

Perhaps the Colts’ biggest star on defense, Darius Leonard is a nightmare for opposing offenses. He has 12 total tackles and a forced fumble on the season.

Khari Willis, safety

After two weeks of in-game action, the Tennessee Titans’ leading tackler is Khari Willis. He’s also the author of the team’s only interception that they’ve been able to force over the first two regular-season games.

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DeForest Buckner, defensive tackle

You always have to factor the game plan of limiting DeForest Buckner into your team’s offensive strategy. The only problem is that’s easier said than done. He has ten total tackles and a sack through the first two games.

Rock Ya-Sin, cornerback

With Xavier Rhodes dealing with injuries, the task of limiting A.J. Brown and Julio Jones in Week 3 falls on the shoulders of Rock Ya-Sin, T.J. Carrie, and Kenny Moore II. All are among the Colts’ ten leading tacklers.