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The Titans get a week to rest www.authenticstennesseetitans.com ,
which means Titans fans can have fun laughing at the expense of other teams for
a change.  So let’s take a look at the best
matchups from Week 8 as the Titans get a bye.Eagles-JaguarsThese have been the
two disappointing teams of 2018, and coincidentally both teams lost to the
Titans. This London matchup features an Eagles team with strong quarterback play
from Carson Wentz but a terrible offensive line and secondary and a Jaguars team
with Blake Bortles at quarterback and a loaded defense that is poorly
coached.Bortles usually saves his best games for England, but has he ever earned
anyone’s trust at quarterback? I don’t think so. With Leonard Fournette out
(again) we’ll get to see Carlos Hyde’s debut as a Jaguar, but I’m not to
thrilled as he’s going up against a great defensive line, albeit one that lost
Derek Barnett for the season.Since his return to the Eagles Alshon Jeffery has
been balling, as has Zach Ertz, but with a Jaguars pass rush led by studs such
as Yannick Ngakoue (having potentially a career year), it’s going to be tough
for a struggling Eagles offensive line to keep up. This is played on a neutral
site, but who knows, perhaps Bortles actually plays like an NFL quarterback this
week.I guess I’ll take the Eagles, but I won’t be surprised if the Jaguars win,
because it’s been that kind of year.Seahawks-LionsNone of us thought the
Seahawks would make it to second place in the NFC West, yet here they are at
that after the 49ers were hit by injuries and had their defense consistently lay
eggs, as they have the least amount of takeaways in the league with three. After
a horrendous start to the season the Lions are suddenly in the mix in the NFC
North thanks to an excellent trio of wide receivers, the emergence of rookie
running back Kerryon Johnson and an offensive line that’s become one of the best
on the season.The Lions trading for Damon “Snacks” Harrison was astute, as they
traded a fifth-rounder for an elite run stopper going up against a team that
always wants to establish the run. Incredibly, the Seahawks offensive line,
while still bad, has not been overwhelmingly bad like it has been in previous
years, and on defense Frank Clark is putting up the best season of his career in
a contract year.So Seattle’s defense has been decent even in the aftermath of
breaking up the Legion of Boom, and they face a test in Detroit’s offense.
Matthew Stafford, after an ugly first two games, has put together a solid
stretch of play, and Kenny Golladay, Golden Tate and Marvin Jones provide an
outrageously talented and diverse wide receiving trio.Russell Wilson has been
inconsistent this season Tennessee Titans
, but still has many tricks up his sleeve and will be a
reason why Seattle should be competitive in this one. Still, I think Detroit
takes this one.Ravens-PanthersTitans fans got to witness first hand how
incredible the Ravens defense is in that week 6 home shut out. The offense, with
a revamped receiving corps and an actually inspired Joe Flacco, has found new
life. On the flip side, the Panthers probably aren’t a good team, but they’re
“good” in that they have a great quarterback with a good scheme and an offensive
line that isn’t killing him for a change. They’ve stumbled their way into close
games as a result.Both teams need a win to stay in their respective divisional
races, but Carolina clearly needs it more since the red hot Saints offense plays
in the NFC South. Their receiving corps has improved but isn’t outstanding, and
outside from afew standout guys like Luke Kuechly and Donte Jackson the defense
isn’t that scary. Cam Newton has been playing excellent as of late, though, so
the Panthers have a shot.The issues on offense and defense for Carolinawould
explain why the Ravens are road favorites. While the defense doesn’t include
“big” names, there’s quality and depth at practically every position. On
offense, John Brown has been a steal on a 1-year, $5 million contract, and with
Flacco playing like he cares the offense is anchored less than it was in the
past.So I’d probably have Baltimore winning, but this should be a fun
matchup.Packers-RamsThis essentially is an injured Aaron Rodgers vs the Rams.
Despite a largely ineffective defense and worse offensive line, the Packers have
three wins on the season in a tight NFC North race. The Rams are 7-0 thanks to
star players like Jared Goff, Todd Gurley, Robert Woods, Brandin Cooks, the
offensive line, and Aaron Donald.There’s not much to say about this other than
Rodgers being with the Packers will make this fun. It’ll be interesting to see
what Donald does against the Packers offensive line, since he had four sacks,
six tackles for a loss and five quarterback hits last week against the 49ers.But
yeah I’ll take the Rams here. But having Rodgers in it is always fun,
right?Saints-VikingsNow for the game of the week. Despite an awful defense, the
Saints are 5-1 on the year, with Drew Brees and company lighting it up on
offense. After losing their way for a bit after a loss to the Bills, the Vikings
defense is back Tennessee Titans
, and now they get Everson Griffen back in time for Sunday’s
matchup.New quarterback Kirk Cousins is playing the best football of his career.
While some bone headed mistakes rear their ugly head in from time to time, his
play under pressure has taken a big step up, and his chemistry with arguably the
best wide receiver in football in Adam Thielen has been much greater than I had
expected. Drew Brees is an MVP candidate right now, and his accuracy and
consistency are as sharp as usual. With a loaded cast of skill players in
Michael Thomas, Tre-Quan Smith, Taysom Hill, Alvin Kamara, Mark Ingram, and
perhaps the best offensive line in the league, it’s been easy for Sean Payton to
provide an intense, highly entertaining scheme. They’ll need it against a
Minnesota defense that’s found their groove once again and is getting one of the
best pass rushers in football back.Oh yeah, and it’s a battle between the two
teams involved in the Minneapolis Miracle. Anyway, the Vikings offensive line
has returned to being brutal, but so has the Saints defense, so something has to
give. I might take the Vikings to win this one. Looking forward to it.Titans
Opposition Overview: Houston Texans Pt. 1 My apologies for this week’s breakdown
taking longer to get out than usual.I initially wanted to wait for a decision
regarding Marcus Mariota’s status—we didn’t really end up getting one—and then I
came down with a bug which sidelined me for a couple days (perhaps the Titans’
health issues are spreading to their fan base).Because of the time crunch,
example GIFs are taking the week off but will return for the next edition.The
Texans' games I selected to watch for "Houston week" #1 are as follows:Week 1 -
2018: Houston Texans at New England PatriotsWeek 13 - 2017: Houston Texans at
Tennessee TitansWeek 5 - 2017: Kansas City Chiefs at Houston TexansWeek 4 -
2017: Tennessee Titans at Houston TexansWeek 3 - 2017: Houston Texans at New
England PatriotsOutside of the obvious inclusion of the Texans' 2018 debut, I
chose to watch the other games for a few reasons.Last year’s week 13 match-up in
Nashville didn’t include Deshaun Watson, but it did feature Marcus Mariota for
four quarters against mostly similar defensive personnel.Watson was on the field
for weeks 3,4 (ouch), and 5 and put beaucoup points on the board in every
contest.The game plans used by the Patriots and Chiefs can offer some clues on
how to exploit the Texans just enough on both sides of the ball to earn a
victory, however.When the Titans RunWhen at full strength, the Texans front
seven has consistently abused zone running schemes.That may have something to do
with facing one in practice every off-season or it could be due to creative
positioning of their physically imposing personnel.Either way, I wouldn’t be
confident in the Titans rushing attack this week even if the starting offensive
line was healthy.We can assume that Matt LaFleur will not feature Mariota—if he
plays—on true read-options in order to protect his injured elbow.Mariota did
have some success against Houston last season keeping the ball against
over-committed OLBs, so not having those calls at the offense’s disposal further
limits the ceiling for the ground game.If the Titans RBs are going to positively
impact this match-up, they will have to do so with chunk runs on the rare
occasion they’re available.I’d like to see some heavy looks with Luke Stocker or
Jonnu Smith either starting out at or motioning into a FB role.Getting Derrick
Henry on the edges a handful of times should be the main goal of the run
game.Using a lead blocker can provide the Titans an overload advantage against
the right looks and serve as a movable chess piece and tool for misdirection.If
the Titans are being realistic with themselves—something Mike Mularkey failed to
do in respect to the run game often—they know they are not going to control
tempo or exert their will upfront this week, especially without Taylor Lewan,
Jack Conklin Tennessee Titans
, and, now, Dennis Kelly.If things are truly different with
this staff in place, Tennessee will not stubbornly run zone looks into swarm
after swarm just because it’s “what they do”.When the Titans PassPersonally, I
don’t want to hear rationale about protecting Marcus Mariota by keeping him out
of this game as long as he can throw with reasonable accuracy.Again, the entire
reason the team replaced last year’s staff was their inability to adapt week to
week.Adapting in this case means knowing when and how to sacrifice elements of
your full playbook and isolate that which you are capable of executing well
under a set of given circumstances.There is plenty Matt LaFleur can do to keep
Mariota upright and give him chances to get rid of the ball into low-risk
passing windows.Yes, this means the Titans cannot deploy many long-developing
downfield routes.It also means they can’t ask Mariota (and should tell him not
to try) to squeeze passes in between linebackers and safeties.They’d have a
better chance if they could do those things, but they can’t, so they must let
them go for now.In general, successfully attacking the Texans’ coverage concepts
and secondary is all about isolation.They don’t have a dominant LB, CB, or S
that can consistently win on their own in single coverage (though we haven’t yet
seen enough from Tyrann Mathieu or Aaron Colvin in this scheme to definitively
group them in with this statement).The Chiefs found creative ways to accomplish
this when featuring unbalanced formations (all except one or two eligible
receivers lined up on one side).They switched between varying receivers’
releases out of the bunches and attacking the one-on-one match-ups on the
opposite side.Fortunately for the Patriots, Rob Gronkowski is never truly
covered, allowing them to throw in his direction no matter how many defenders
he’s flanked by.Still, they also have found success against Houston recently by
isolating Brandin Cooks, Chris Hogan, and Phillip Dorsett on quick outs and
using multiple simultaneous intermediate crossers designed to exploit
single-high safeties.The Titans themselves have had success against Houston’s
secondary with intermediate out routes.If run with the proper personnel, I think
they can also successfully deploy WR screens, quick slants, comebacks and curls,
and HB swings on top of borrowing from the concepts mentioned above.This is a
big game for Corey Davis in my opinion.He needs to be put in positions to attack
without a safety over the top as well as run after the catch.All involved
parties need to take what is there and not spontaneously force going after big
plays.Getting the ball out of Mariota’s hands quickly and occasionally using
roll-outs should keep him clean.If Blaine Gabbert gets the starting nod, all the
Titans can do is hope they get “good Blaine".If they do, he can still execute
this type of game plan.When the Texans RunLast week, the Texans began by solely
running starter Lamar Miller.As the game wore on though, Alfred Blue seemed to
earn more of a rep share.I’m not sure if that’s a sign of a committee approach
going forward or simply circumstantial.The Texans mainly run shotgun inside
zone.Deshaun Watson often carries out read-option fakes into these calls, but
rarely keeps the ball himself.It seemed last week he was even more unlikely to
do so, perhaps due to returning from last year’s knee injury.Still Youth
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, the main purpose of the fake
is to hold the edge defender and Watson remains a threat worth
honoring.Tennessee mustn’t start out freely offering wide interior rushing lanes
as they did in Miami.Hopefully Dean Pees figured something permanent out in the
second half last week.In recent years, a mostly identical Titans front has held
the Texans ground game in check so we know any potential failures won't be based
on talent.Tennessee has a much better chance to win this game if Rashaan Evans
and Jayon Brown can be on the field more than Will Compton.To allow that, they
both must show discipline on running downs and get off blocks.I’m very excited
for the rookie’s debut and hope he shows enough understanding of the playbook to
be out there a bunch—he’s the Titans’ best shot at preventing Deshaun Watson
from wrecking the game.When the Texans PassDeshaun Watson is a serious threat to
any defense because he puts you in a situation where you’re “damned if you do,
damned if you don’t”.Play man coverage and he’ll scramble and keep plays alive
with defender’s backs turned the other way.Play zone and he’ll find weak points
often enough to keep drives moving.Throw a heavy pass rush at him and he’ll
dance around and take advantage of less defenders in coverage.Only rush four and
pray you can get pressure, because if you can’t he’ll sit back there forever
until somebody comes free.Based on what we’ve seen of Watson in the NFL to date,
there isn’t a reliable way to force him to play poorly.In large part, defenses
can only hope that his accuracy is off on the day they face him.When he’s “on”
the opposition’s offense must be ready and equipped for a shootout.For what it’s
worth, last week against New England he was definitely off—the 20-27 score makes
the game seem closer than it really was.I don’t have enough to go on to try and
predict how Dean Pees will scheme to contain Watson and the Texans’ passing
attack, but here’s what I think he should try based on the Titans
personnel:-When in man, attach Malcolm Butler to DeAndre Hopkins every
play.Butler’s game is built to combat physical receivers who don’t have the
speed to embarrass him and that’s Hopkins to a T.-Regardless of man or zone,
ensure the deep safety prioritizes Will Fuller no matter what.I’d much rather
test Watson’s at-times-erratic accuracy on an intermediate throw than give him a
downfield shot on which accuracy is less of a concern and pass interference is
more of a possibility.Luckily, the Titans now have two safeties who can manage
deep responsibility.-Upfront, stick with only four rushers until if and when
they display the ability to get consistent pressure.To take down Watson,
multiple defenders need to converge on him simultaneously--he almost universally
avoids single free rushers and blitzers.Unless the Titans down four can reliably
get into the backfield, there is no point taking additional defenders out of
coverage.-As long as Rashaan Evans is up to speed, use him on third downs
often.He can handle man or zone coverage, spying Watson, and if the Titans are
able to get pressure with four, occassionally blitzing.The Titans don’t have
anyone else who can do all those things to the level that Evans can, though
Jayon Brown isn’t a poor substitute.A future in which both can be on the field
simultaneously on third down gives me hope.Tennessee’s defense must pray they
don’t see the Watson they saw in Houston in 2017.While every position group
showed a lack of discipline at one point or another that day, he was playing at
a level that required them to be perfect in order to stop him—an impossible
task.All in all, the defense needs to be better and Watson needs to be worse
this go-round for the Titans to have a chance at victory, especially with a
banged up offensive roster likely incapable of hanging 30+ points on the
board.Four to WatchTitansOffense: Corey DavisDefense: Rashaan Evans/Jayon Brown
(whoever is on the field opposite Woodyard on third down)TexansOffense: Will
Fuller VDefense: J. J. Watt
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