Titans' Tough Test Against Bengals: Can They Overcome A More Talented Team?

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Bengals offense got back on track Monday night versus the Rams.

Their simple offensive approach was to take their best offensive playmaker, Ja’Marr Chase and continuously beat anyone L.A. could line up against him. They found success with that and it also helped an injured Joe Burrow focus on getting the ball out of his hand quickly and into the hands of a dynamic after-the-catch runner.

Bengals-TitansFacing a potential high-scoring offense is exactly what the Titans don’t want to see right now. They aren’t going to win this game on field goals alone.  

The Bengals offense is a tough matchup for the Titans because of the number of offensive playmakers they have for the defense to focus on.

On the other side of the ball, the Bengals' defense had six sacks against the Rams last week. Pass protection has been a giant issue for the Titans all year and this game will be no different.

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