Screen Shot 2022 10 05 at 6.21.46 PMNASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans' old habit of playing down to the level of bad competition feels a bit less likely as they ready for a trip to Washington to play the Commanders, as they haven't played particularly well against anyone through the season's first month.

Washington has a patchwork offensive line that should allow room for the Titans to rush even if Bud Dupree (hip) is out, and sacks -- and turnovers they can cause -- can help key things the way they did against the Colts, who are not good but are better than the Commanders.

The Titans' secondary remains a big concern though it's possible Ugo Amadi (ankle) will be back to help as he was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.

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