Scout's take: If Washington can slow Derrick Henry, deep inside routes will be key

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Scouting notes in advance of the Titans' big game Saturday against Washington at Nissan Stadium...

Washington is playing for its own playoff life this week. It is down to its fourth QB, but still has a chance.  


Its offense is suspect with journeyman Josh Johnson at quarterback. Johnson wasn’t even in the NFL a month ago. He does have experience playing in games in the NFL and has a unique skill set with good arm strength and is very athletic moving in the pocket. The limited experience in the offensive system will hold him and the offense back.

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