Scout's Take: How the Titans will try to slow Falcons' dangerous WRs

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- This is a must-win for both 1-2 teams. The Falcons have a potentially dynamic offense built around arguably the best wide receiver in the NFL in Julio Jones.

The Falcons offense has three very good receivers in Jones, Calvin Ridley and Mohamed Sanu, a receiving tight end in Austin Hooper and a running back in Devonta Freeman that has run and pass receiving skills. TitansPatchThe weak link for the Falcons is the offensive line.  Both guards and the rookie right tackle Kaleb McGray can be beat. This is a game for Harold Landry, Cameron Wake and Jurrell Casey to get their pass rush going.  

The biggest matchups for the Titans defense:

Julio Jones vs. the Titans’ corners

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