In the news:
Seahawks’ defense is due for a complete, four-quarter performance.
This one shouldn’t be that close as the Titans, with a subpar running game and a backup quarterback, won’t be able to keep pace.
The secondary allowed an unusual amount of big plays for the second straight game. That unit, considered one of the league’s best, fixes those mistakes.
Seattle should be highly motivated after last week’s loss, and coming home to face a team with a fill-in QB is just the recipe.