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This weekend, the 5-2 Titans will travel to Arrowhead, where the Chiefs will be looking to teach them a lesson after they’ve barely strung together five wins against teams at the bottom of the NFL’s barrel. Titans’ fans, who are known to never apologize for a win, will be looking to see if Tennessee can shift the narrative that they can’t compete with the NFL’s elite after getting walloped by the Bills 41-7 in week two. The Titans’ game plan is simple: defend the run well on defense and run the ball until Derrick Henry’s legs fall off on offense. Henry, who was just named AFC offensive player of the month, is coming off a game in which he rushed for 219 yards and two touchdowns on 32 carries in the team’s 17-10 win in Houston. Tennessee hasn’t announced who their starting quarterback will be on Sunday, but considering Ryan Tannehill is the most average quarterback in the NFL, and Malik Willis threw ten passes last week, you get a sense that it really doesn’t matter who is behind center. Unfortunately for Tennessee, they are entering a matchup nightmare. While the Chiefs’ passing defense is more vulnerable to air attack than Ukraine right now, their rushing defense is pretty damn good. How good? Opponents are averaging just 92.0 rushing yards a game, which puts the Chiefs as the third-best run defense in the NFL.
The only thing Andy Reid likes more than putting down a few Bud Lights at a pig roast is winning football games after a bye week. Since beginning his head coaching career with the Philadelphia Eagles in 1999, Andy Reid is an incredible 20-3 in games after a bye. This game will be decided by one simple thing. Both of these teams defend the run well but not the pass. The Titans’ entire offense is based around running the football because they don’t have a talented quarterback right now, and the Chiefs have the best quarterback in the league. And after the Titans beat the Chiefs badly last year, Patrick Mahomes will be looking to throw 40 yard passes with a vengeance. Mahomes leads the NFL in pass touchdowns (20) after putting up 423 yards and three scores against the 49ers in week seven. It was Mahomes’ eighth career game with at least 400 yards and three touchdowns through the air, the fifth-most by any player since at least 1950. Vegas likes the Chiefs -12.5, and Kansas City might win by three touchdowns. Take the Chiefs. Take the Chiefs Moneyline and get your free $200 from DraftKings!