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Nissan Stadium in Nashville will play host to a matchup between AFC teams that were destined for great things but have fallen flat.

The Las Vegas Raiders, who have gotten off to an 0-2 start will be looking to score their first win of the season when they visit the also 0-2 Titans on Sunday.

The Raiders, who are coming off a heartbreaking loss against the Cardinals in OT understand that they need to step up their game.

The Titans on the other hand, not only need a win, but a commanding one too, especially after the stomping they took against the Bills in Week 2.

So, what do these circumstances add up to? An exciting matchup between Derrick Henry’s Titans and Derek Carr’s Raiders. For now, let’s break down what 0-2 team has a better chance to score a win on Sunday.

Can Somebody Please Wake the Titans Up?

Let’s speak honestly for a second: It’s one thing to lose against the Bills, even if it meant being sent packing having allowed 41 points. It’s Buffalo we’re talking about here, the best team in pro football.

But it’s a whole other thing to lose against the Giants before the Bills game. Come on Tennessee. you’re better than that, and you know it.

What happened to that Titans team from the past couple of seasons that had the AFC South as its stronghold? With a healthy Henry back, how has he not taken over all the top rushing stats lists in the league? A lot of questions have started to pop up given Tennessee’s poor start.

Now as they get ready to face Las Vegas, a team with an explosive offense and strong defense to play par, will the Titans get a chance to stand tall?

Tennessee’s different weaknesses were put on blast against the Bills on Monday Night
Football. Its coverage game was weak at best and its pass rush defense couldn’t stand a chance.

On offense, it looked more than obvious that if Henry does not get a chance to play his style of football, the Titans have barely anything to add to the game.

Against a team like Las Vegas, who even at 0-2 have shown that they are not kidding around, the Titans will need either a complete overhaul of their playing style or a miracle.

Their offensive line will have to work overtime not only making room for Henry but also stopping Las Vegas’ pass rush defense from sacking Ryan Tannehill every chance they get.

And on defense? It will be a game of picking who to cover between Davante Adams, Darren Waller, or Hunter Renfrow the most. Oh yeah, and all while not allowing RB Josh Jacobs from wreaking havoc on first and second downs. Man, it’s tough to be a Titan.

Las Vegas Is Ready for a Win

In Week 1 against the Chargers, the Raiders put on a stellar performance in a losing effort. Against the Cardinals in Week 2, Las Vegas once again showed that it can ball against big-name teams, even while taking an “L”. So, what’s left for the Raiders here? Scoring a much-deserved win of course.

On defense and offense, the Raiders are stacked. Ends Maxx Crosby and Chandler Jones on defense with Carr, Adams, Waller, Renfrow, and Jacobs on offense make up a pretty sweet base of talent.

What this team needs is a pick-me-up of sorts to get the blood rushing. And what better way than by beating Tennessee on the road?

If the Raiders’ offense can come to life and play the style of football that’s expected from it in Nashville then it’s game over for the Titans.

On defense, stopping Henry will be the main task. Besides that, they shouldn’t have much to worry about from Tennessee’s offense.

Who Is Leaving Tennessee With Their First ‘W’?

The Titans are in dire need of waking up if they don’t want to see their divisional plans continue taking preventable hits. The Raiders could benefit greatly from a road win in Nashville to kickstart their rhythm.

While Henry is a menace when rushing, Las Vegas is a better team with a better coach, so take the Raiders to win.

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