NASHVILLE, Tenn. – In the numbers game where the Titans’ offense nearly always sees a single high safety with eight men in the box as a result of Derrick Henry’s presence, defenses could only devote so much to the coverage of A.J. Brown.

Remove Henry from the equation and that’s very likely to change.

The Rams and other upcoming opponents probably look at Tennessee, say who don’t we want to get beat by, point at Brown and plan for ways to stop him first.A.J. Brown

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And so there are more double teams to come.

At Sofi Stadium the Rams could merely put Jalen Ramsey, on of the NFL’s premium cornerbacks on him.

Julio Jones appears in line to return from two games out with a hamstring issue, and he should be the next-most dangerous player, with the committee in the backfield running against a standard, not stacked, front.

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