Scout's take: Derrick Henry needs precise initial cut vs. Colts

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special contributor

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- So many questions going into this game.  Can the Titans beat Andrew Luck who is 10-0 versus them as a starter?

Is Marcus Mariota healthy enough to throw the ball downfield?

Who is going to replace Jurrell Casey and his disruptive play along the front?


For the Titans to win, it starts with Derrick Henry. He needs to get going early and force the Colts’ defense to respect the running game.

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