Titans vs. Bengals by the numbers

The Tennessee Titans are heading up to the home of the disgusting skyline chili to face the Bengals. Here are some interesting numbers associated with the two teams…


The Cincinnati Bengals have only converted 38 of 98 third down attempts. This ranks them 25th in the league in third down offense.


The Titans rank 32ind in the NFL in third down defense, allowing opponents to convert a whopping 61% of their third down attempts.


The Titans rank 9th in the league on third down offense converting 46.6% of their third down attempts.


Joe Burrow has been sacked 28 times this season. He is tied for first with Carson Wentz. On those sacks he has lost a total of 203 yards.


Dating back to their days as the Oilers, the Titans have played the Bengals 75 times and have won 40 of them.


The Bengals will be missing three starting offensive linemen Sunday. Starting center Trey Hopkins and both starting tackles, Jonah Williams and Bobby Hart, have all been declared out.


Ryan Tannehill has only been sacked seven times so far this season.

The Titans defense has only sacked opposing quarterbacks seven times.


The Titans and Bengals currently have an O/U of 50.5, according to our friends over at over at Action247.com. Right now you can head over to their site and create a free account, where you can make bets on this game, for free, and have a chance at $100*.

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This doesn’t have anything to do with the game, but at 12:01 a. m. on Saturday night, sports betting becomes legal in Tennessee.


The Titans average 3.03 points scored per drive, the 2nd-highest among all NFL teams.

They’re allowing 2.51 points per drive, which ranks 21st in the NFL.

The Bengals offense is generating 2.06 points per drive, which ranks 24th in the NFL.


Speaking of scoring, the Tennessee Titans have 15 passing touchdowns which ranks them 4th in the NFL.

The Titans defense has allowed 15 touchdowns through the air, as well.


The Titans have only thrown two interceptions this year, which is 2nd least in the NFL.

The Titans defense has nine interceptions which also ranks them 2nd in the NFL.


Score prediction: The Titans win 35-21.

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Author: Zach LyonsWith over 17 years experience of losing Fantasy Football games, Zach has been a Titans fan since moving to Nashville in 2002. A die-hard Alabama fan, but he doesn't let that cloud his judgement of the Elite Players they have put in the NFL. Players like Derrick Henry, Julio Jones, and AJ McCarron. You've heard him on Football & Other F Words giving his Unfiltered Opinions as facts and that won't change. He's always 100% right even if he has to revise earlier statements. Lawyered.

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