Scout's Take: 'The Titans’ defensive front should be ashamed'

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- This game started out feeling like the Buffalo Bills vs. the Titans early in the year. The Bills took the Titans lightly because of all the distractions surrounding the Titans’ COVID-19 issues.

The Titans looked overconfident early against the Bengals, because of all the injury issues the Bengals had with four starting offensive linemen and their starting RB out.

FansTitanUpThe Bengals have just enough offensive skill players to make suspect defenses pay.

Tennessee underestimated rookie quarterback Joe Burrow and the Bengals wide receivers.

But the Titans grossly underestimated the Bengals offensive line full of replacement players.

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