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    Tennessee Titans (10-4) vs Green Bay Packers (11-3)


    Week Sixteen
    VS


    Location: Lambeau Field, Green Bay
    Sunday, December 27th at 8:20PM EST/ 7:20PM CST
    TV: NBC



    Players To Watch


    Quarterback

    ~VS~


    Ryan Tannehill, QB #17 - 3,482 Yards / 31 TD 5 INT / 66.5 CMP% / 110.4 QB Rating
    Aaron Rodgers, QB #12 - 3,828 Yards / 40 TD 4 INT / 69.6 CMP% / 118.0 QB Rating

    Running Back

    ~VS~


    Derrick Henry, RB #22 - 1,679 Yards / 321 Carries/ 5.2 YPC / 13 TD
    Aaron Jones, RB #33 - 968 Yards / 180 Carries/ 5.4 YPC/ 8 TD

    Wide Receiver

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    Corey Davis, WR #84 - 60 Catches / 945 Yards / 5 TD
    Davante Adams, WR #17 - 98 Catches / 1,186 Yards / 14 TD


    Tight End

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    Jonnu Smith, TE #81 - 37 Catches / 410 Yards / 7 TD
    Robert Tonyan, TE #85- 49 Catches / 551 Yards / 10 TD

    Defensive Line

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    Jeffery Simmons, DT #98 - 47 Tackles / 3.0 Sacks / 5 PD / 1 FF
    Kenny Clark, DE #97 - 34 Tackles / 2.0 Sacks / 0 PD / 0 FF


    Linebacker

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    Rashaan Evans, LB #54 - 86 Tackles / 0.5 Sacks/ 4 PD / 0 INT / 0 FF
    Christian Kirksey, LB #58 - 70 Tackles / 0 Sacks / 1 INT / 3 PD


    Defensive Back

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    Kevin Byard, S #31 - 97 Tackles / 1 INT / 7 PDEF / 0.0 Sack / 1 FF
    Darnell Savage, S #26 - 69 Tackles / 3 INT / 9 PDEF / 2.0 Sack

    Kicker

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    Stephen Gostkowski, K #3 - 18 FGM / 26 FGA / 44 XPM / 46 XPA
    Mason Crosby, K #2 - 16 FGM / 16 FGA / 50 XPM / 53 XPA

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    Not much to say on this game. Exactly the kind of match up to see if they've improved against physical teams. This isn't a must win game, but a win and a SEA loss clinches #1 seed. However, getting the W this week would be a nice confidence booster and a quality win.

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    going through the stats its amazing to see how close these 2 teams are.

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    This is a gut check game for the defense. They know that theyre vulnerable to the run and they know exactly what theyre up against in this game. Can they come in with an edge and play above the xs and os like theyre pissed off and out to prove something? Itd be nice to see them show they're capable of this.

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    What makes Tennessee a hard match up its not you can just focus on Henry too, they have a stellar passing attack. Those interior guys need to play big and the ILBs need to perform. The secondary will have plenty to worry about with Davis and Brown.

    But their defense doesn't match well against our offense. This could be a shootout of neither defense steps up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IRNMN View Post
    Not much to say on this game. Exactly the kind of match up to see if they've improved against physical teams. This isn't a must win game, but a win and a SEA loss clinches #1 seed. However, getting the W this week would be a nice confidence booster and a quality win.
    both games are must win games..... if we lose this game we wont get the bye and thats a wrap.... the saints play the panthers now in the final game which is a win.... seattle plays goff and the rams and then the 49ers which could be 2 wins.....

    if its a 3 way time we lose out and get the 2 seed because seattle.... if seattle loses to the rams we are good but i doubt it because of goff... we lose the tie breaker if its a 3 team tie and we lose the bye.... this is a must win game

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    we will see if this defense has improved or is the same defense it has been... i fully expect henrey to go for 200 plus.... rodgers will need to be a god per usual which is just a shame.

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    i have low expectations for this game. shocked to see Green Bay is favored by 3 points. don't know how that happened? the only wildcard is maybe Lafleur knows something about Tennessee? i think our secondary approach on D (that is corners and safeties) match up poorly against this face stomping team. i do not expect a close game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by More-Than-Most View Post
    both games are must win games..... if we lose this game we wont get the bye and thats a wrap.... the saints play the panthers now in the final game which is a win.... seattle plays goff and the rams and then the 49ers which could be 2 wins.....

    if its a 3 way time we lose out and get the 2 seed because seattle.... if seattle loses to the rams we are good but i doubt it because of goff... we lose the tie breaker if its a 3 team tie and we lose the bye.... this is a must win game
    If they lost this game it means we can't lose to the Bears. That would be the tie-breaker if we lose. If Seattle loses this week and we win then the #1 seed is clinched, but if not they clinch the #1 with a win vs. Chicago regardless of Tennessee. But that's a risky endeavor as the Bears could be hungry playing for their playoff spot as well, even if eliminated they will be motivated to play the foil. Obviously, best scenario is to win vs. Ten and LAR win this week.

    But they have 2 clinching scenarios:
    -Beat the Tennessee Titans this week, and have the Seahawks lose one of their last two games OR
    -Beat the Chicago Bears next week

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    The biggest thing for this game will be is Rodgers and the receivers going to work against the secondary. If they make the Tennessee offense more one-dimensional its a different game. The biggest thing they can do to neutralize Derrick Henry is to limit the ability for them to give him the ball. This game is offensive strength vs. defensive weakness.

    GB struggles in run D and Ten. has Derrick Henry
    Ten. struggles with pass D and GB has Aaron Rodgers & co.

    But what is even more interesting you can't sleep on the Ten passing attack just like you can't sleep on the GB run game. We might see a little future looks as well as AJ Dillon could become a factor in this game as well with Jamaal doubtful.

    We will also get a glimpse of how much an advantage Lambeau can be. Many commentators have questioned the Packers in poor weather, and Sunday could be one of those days.

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    Well the Packers are at home which is worth 3 points, so neutral field it would be even. The Tennessee defense stinks and Vegas clearly thinks these teams are close to even just do things in different ways. I hope the GB secondary plays well. Henry can run for 150 if they limit Tannehill in the passing game. No big plays to AJ Brown or Davis.

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    With Seattle winning there is no possibility of locking up the #1 seed this week, but regardless you want this win.

    Jamaal Williams officially out, may get some good looks at AJ Dillon tonight.

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    Tennessee: RB DOnta Foreman, CB Kristian Fulton, DL Larrell Murchison, CB Kareem Orr, RB Senorise Perry and OLB Derick Roberson,

    Green Bay: LB Jonathan Garvin, QB Jordan Love, S Will Redmond, DL Anthony Rush, TE Jace Sternberger, G Simon Stepaniak and RB Jamaal Williams.

    all the official inactives. like IRNMN said Williams is out, Rush is out so thats one less big body for the DL.

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    This is such an interesting game. Will be curious to see how our young ILBs play in this game. Interested to see how they use Dillon as Jones complement. Also Interested to see how well they can pass the ball.

    We have a full starting OL as well. We will see what teams strength takes over.

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    Need a fast start.

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