ANALYSIS: The Bengals are 2-1 without Ja'Marr Chase this season, but both those victories came in the last two weeks against teams with a combined 6-15 record. Beyond that, Joe Mixon (also out Sunday) had 153 yards in one of those contests. So to say Cincinnati will be shorthanded against a Tennessee team that thrives as underdogs is an understatement. Joe Burrow will put up some points passing on the Titans’ rough secondary, but Tennessee’s pass rush should be able to take him off his spot frequently. The Titans will control the clock with Derrick Henry and get enough from Ryan Tannehill in the passing game to pull out a win. Mike Vrabel is 8-0 SU and 8-0 ATS with 10+ days of preparation, which Tennessee has entering this one.