>>Titans Defensive Health Looms Ahead Of Colts Matchup
(Indianapolis, IN) — The Titans and Colts clash for the first time this season as the divisional rivals square off in Indianapolis. However, the team is dealing with two key injuries on defense. Linebacker Zach Cunningham is working through an elbow issue while safety Amani Hooker remains sidelined due to a concussion. The 1-and-2 Titans trail the 1-1-and-1 Colts in the A-F-C South. Kickoff from Indy is on Sunday afternoon.
Tennessee head coach Mike Vrabel says the games against the Colts are always close.
>>Star Running Backs Take The Field In Titans-Colts Matchup
(Indianapolis, IN) — The Titans and Colts clash for the first time this season as the divisional rivals square off Sunday in Indianapolis. Tennessee’s Derek Henry got fed last weekend, carrying the ball 20 times for 85 yards and a touchdown in the team’s Week Three win over the Raiders. However, the team is dealing with two key injuries on defense. Linebacker Zach Cunningham is working through an elbow issue while safety Amani Hooker remains sidelined due to a concussion. The Colts got good news on the injury front as star running back Jonathan Taylor began practicing again after suffering a toe injury during the team’s Week Three win over the Chiefs. Linebacker Shaq Leonard is still questionable for the game. The 1-and-2 Titans trail the 1-1-and-1 Colts in the A-F-C South.
Titans running back Derrick Henry says Indy linebacker Shaq Leonard could be an impact if he plays.
>>Titans Corner Unhappy With Playing Time
(Nashville, TN) — A Tennessee player is voicing their concern over a lack of playing time. Caleb Farley spoke to Sports Illustrated and said he’s not happy with his role. The 2021 first-round pick said he’s still going to work hard and help put the team in the best position to win. Head coach Mike Vrabel hinted that the cornerback position could rotate on a week-to-week basis.
>>Bengals Beat Dolphins On Thursday Night Football
(Cincinnati, OH) — Joe Burrow threw for 287 yards and two touchdowns as the Bengals beat the Dolphins 27-15 on Thursday night football. Burrow connected seven times with Tee Higgins, who finished with 124 receiving yards and a score. Vonn Bell led the defense with a pair of interceptions as Cincinnati improved to 2-and-2. Miami lost Tua Tagovailoa [[TUNG-oh-vai-LO-uh]] in the second quarter to a scary head and neck injury. The Dolphins led 15-14 entering the fourth quarter, but were outscored 13-to-0.
>>Bengals Place DJ Reader On Injured Reserve
(Cincinnati, OH) — Bengals defensive tackle DJ Reader is officially being placed on injured reserve. Reader left Cincinnati’s Week Three win over the New York Jets with a left knee injury. According to ESPN, Reader injured an MCL, but will not need surgery and is expected to be out for roughly six weeks. The 28-year-old signed with the Bengals in 2020 as a free agent on a four-year deal worth 53-million dollars.