The Cincinnati Bengals will face another team who was plagued by injuries in 2013. The Tennessee Titans role into Cincinnati looking to rebound with what they hope to be a healthy Jake Locker leading the offense.
The Cincinnati Bengals will have only a little tape to go off of as they will see Chris Johnson’s replacement Bishop Sankey in week 3. The defense will have to see how he is used and if this pushes Tennessee to a more balanced offense than the last 2 years.
Although the Tennessee Titans lead the overall 39-32-1 going back to their days as the Houston Oilers and when they both were a part of the same division, Cincinnati Bengals have won 3 of the past 4 meetings. However, the Titans won the last meeting in Cincinnati 24-7 and have won 17 of 37 played in Cincinnati during their long history.