The Kansas City Chiefs have a chance to become 6-2 on the season with a win over a 5-2 Tennessee Titans team. Of course, the Titans are a good team, but people aren’t taking them as seriously, especially against the Chiefs.
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Kansas City is considered one of the best, and the best by many, teams in the league, and rightfully so. They have an improved defense and an offense that is easily the most explosive in the league. On Sunday, we could see that offense have a leg-up over the Titans.
The Titans’ injury report favors the Chiefs
As far as injury reports go, the Chiefs have just one player on theirs. Tight end Jody Fortson is listed as out.
On the Titans’ side, they have a few players on theirs. Full-back Tony Carter (neck), and Safety Amani Hooker (shoulder) are both listed as out.
Defensive tackle Jeff Simmons (ankle), defensive lineman Kevin Strong (ankle), outside linebacker Bud Dupree (illness), and quarterback Ryan Tannehill (ankle) are all questionable. In fact, Tannehill is listed as a game-time decision.
That’s three of the Titans’ best players listed as questionable for the game. That doesn’t necessarily mean they won’t play, but if they do, they could be playing through an injury and not at 100%. This definitely gives the Chiefs a leg-up.