Tennessee Titans schedule: Jets expert shares most glaring weaknesses

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Here are a few unknowns that the Tennessee Titans must account for.

Titan Sized: Who are the Jets that may not get the media attention but are definitely capable of making Tennessee’s day a long one in Week 4?

Justin Fried: The Jets don’t get a ton of media attention (at least positive media attention) for obvious reasons. But that does mean a few of their good players get overlooked.

Although they lost Carl Lawson in the summer, that defensive line is still very talented, and I’m talking about more than just Quinnen Williams. There’s also John Franklin-Myers. He’s been outstanding through three weeks and looks primed to cash in on a new contract in the near future.

The same goes for Folorunso Fatukasi who has been one of the best run stoppers in football over the last few years. If the Jets are going to slow down Derrick Henry, Fatukasi will be a major reason for it.

Note: Heading into Week 4, Quinnen Williams has nine total tackles and 1.5 sacks on his ledger this season. John Franklin-Myers has racked nine tackles and two sacks this season. Folorunso Fatukasi has brought the ball carrier down eight times.

Between the three of them, they’ve tallied three tackles for a loss of yardage. Keep both eyes on them.