Scout's Take: How to run Derrick Henry and control Lamar Jackson

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans and the rest of the NFL are at the point in the season where every game is a big game and will impact what happens in January.

The Ravens lost to injury their three best run defenders in defensive lineman Calais Campbell, Brandon Williams and inside linebacker L.J. Fort, and Patriots running back Damion Harris ran for a career-high with 121 yards.


This should be a big indicator of what the Titans offensive game plan should be.


The Ravens possess two of the best man cover corners in the NFL in Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters who can match the Titans’ receivers with size and speed.

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