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NFL Week Twelve: GOTW Titans vs Bengals

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NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Titans face the Cincinnati Bengals in the week twelve game of the week. These two offensive powerhouses are ready to show what they can do.

 

We all what the Titans do best. Derrick Henry is the epitome of a power running back that all defenses are unable to contain. Henry has the meanest stiff arm in the game along with the trucking ability to put defensive players on their backs.

 

While the Titans no longer have one of the best passing offenses to complement Henry, the fact that Tennessee can still run the ball so effectively is actually miraculous considering defenses should be able to “load the box” to stop Henry. That’s proof of how good Henry is. Once the Titans draft a few top-dog receivers, this team ought to be ready for a Super Bowl run. Can the Titans do that now and not have to wait until next year?

 

The Tennessee faithful and the Titans will be one step closer to answering that question as the 6-4 Bengals travel to Nissan Stadium for this epic showdown. Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow is back on track so this should be really good for both teams.

 

Will Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill match that effort? He wasn’t the same quarterback after the Titans traded A.J. Brown to the Philadelphia Eagles. It’ll be interesting to see what happens.

 

Tannehill is dealing with an ankle injury and Henry is dealing with an injury as well. Both are currently questionable to play in this game.

 

The Bengals might have receiver Ja’Marr Chase back on the field but running back Joe Mixon won’t play. Mixon was ruled out with a concussion. Unfortunately, that could make it necessary for the Bengals to rely on the passing game. Will that be enough?

 

Both teams have several key injuries so they won’t be at full speed and strength in this game. Despite that fact, this should be a very interesting and intriguing matchup.

 

The Bengals have the better overall defense with the 11th-best defense overall while the Titans are struggling with the 17th-best defense. However, with the injury issues, this could limit both offenses to some extent. Normally this would be a very high-scoring game with both offenses scoring over 30 points. That probably won’t happen in this game.

 

Prediction

Bengals 21 Titans 17

 

Washington Commanders (6-5) vs Atlanta Falcons (5-6)

The Falcons offense can do some serious damage with receiver Drake London on the field. Will that continue in this important road game in Washington? Tight End Kyle Pitts is also ready to play which is very good news for Atlanta. Defensive tackle Jalen Dalton is questionable which could be bad news for the Falcons defense.

 

Commanders quarterback Taylor Heinecke might be out with an injury. His status wasn’t specified by the team yet. Carson Wentz might play this time.

 

Prediction

Falcons 28 Commanders 20

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