Cincinnati vs Tennessee on 11/27 by Mike_Jones

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Despite getting to face broken Packers and Broncos pass attacks in recent weeks – the Packers lack wide receiver talent while Denver's quarterback has struggled – the Titans still rank 30th in pass defense.

Now they face a serious test in Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow, who ranks third in passing yards and second in passing touchdowns.

Burrow will have a field day against Tennessee's secondary. But the Titans will also score a lot.

On the road, the Bengals are allowing 140 rushing yards per game.

Running the ball is just what Tennessee loves to do most.

Star running back Derrick Henry will continue to lead the NFL in rushing yards after damaging the Bengal defense.
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