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Hutton: ‘Titans-Bengals Matchup Deserves WAY More Attention Across The League’

The Tennessee Titans will host the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday to kick off the second divisional round of the NFL Playoffs, and OutKick’s Jonathan Hutton says it’s the least talked about matchup on national coverage.

But don’t worry, he’s got you covered.

Whether you’re a fan of one of these teams or just looking for insight on the game, Hutton breaks down everything you need to know before watching the Titans-Bengals matchup on Saturday.

With Titans running back Derrick Henry back, Hutton said if Tennessee’s offense can find positive yards with the run game on first down, it will be a great sign for quarterback Ryan Tannehill.

Watch Hutton’s full analysis of the Titans-Bengals game, what he expects of the environment and much more below:

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Written by Megan Turner

Megan graduated from the University of Central Florida and writes and tweets about anything related to sports. She replies to comments she shouldn't reply to online and thinks the CFP Rankings are absolutely rigged. Follow her on Twitter at @Megnturner_ and Instagram at @Megnturner.

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    • I’m a Titans fan, and I definitely agree. This game has a TON of storylines. Both of these teams are really good. Both have beaten KC. Both have big time superstars who are must see TV. Both are playing at the top of their games. Everyone is anxious to see Henry back on the field for this biggest game of his season. Everyone is excited to see if Burrow can lead the Bengals to the promise land. Both fan bases are hungry and excited. Can’t wait!

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