Scout's take: How the Bengals stopped Derrick Henry

By BLAKE BEDDINGHFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans still haven’t beaten a team with a winning record at the time of the game in all of their seven wins. The Commanders have a winning record now, but they were 1-4 when the Titans faced them on Oct. 9.

Both the Titans and Bengals played about equally throughout the game.

Ryan Tannehill Bengals

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Neither team was very sharp, and each had some very important players out with injuries.

Joe Burrow and Ryan Tannehill had stretches of accuracy and in-rhythm throws but also had lapses of inconsistent passes. Wide receivers for both teams made outstanding catches to sustain drives.

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