Scout's take: Personnel matchup in Washington favors Titans

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans will face a 1-3 Washington Commanders team that looks better on paper than in the standings.

Tennessee will benefit from the Commanders’ talented first-round wide receiver Jahan Dotson missing the game due to a hamstring injury suffered last week. Dotson has four touchdowns in four games and is a big loss for Washington.

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On the defensive side of the ball, uber-talented pass rusher Chase Young is still on the injured reserve which is another big loss for the Commanders.

The team gets back running back Brian Robinson, a 2022 third-round selection from Alabama who is a solid in-between-the-tackles runner but not a game-breaking threat.

Despite the record, The Commanders have enough talent on offense to be dangerous.

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