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AFC South
Nissan Stadium
Head Coach
Mike Vrabel
Offensive Coordinator
Arthur Smith
Defensive Coordinator
Dean Pees
Special Teams Coach
Craig Aukerman
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Delanie Walker Likely To Play In Week 7

Despite missing practice on Friday, Tennessee Titans tight end Delanie Walker (ankle) is likely to play in Week 7 against the Chargers. Walker has been playing through an ankle injury and should do so again this weekend. He's been extremely unproductive lately, though, and it may be a combination of his injury and the team's inept offense under quarterback Marcus Mariota. The good news is it'll be Ryan Tannehill under center this Sunday, but that may not be much of an upgrade. Treat Walker as a TE1/2 in this run-first offense. He has more volatility as long as he continues to play injured.

Derrick Henry Looking To Bounce Back Against Chargers

Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry is looking to bounce back in Week 7 against the Los Angeles Chargers following a disappointing performance in Denver. Henry rushed 15 times for just 28 yards a week ago, but he gets a favorable home matchup this week against a Chargers team allowing an average of 150 total yards per game to opposing running backs. If new starter Ryan Tannehill is able to give the Titans offense some life and keep the game close, expect Henry to bounce back in a big way. Treat Henry as a strong RB2 this week.

Ryan Tannehill Not Recommended In Week 7

Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill is slated for his first start of the 2019 season as the Los Angeles Chargers travel to Nashville in Week 7. Tannehill completed 13 of 16 passes for 144 yards and an interception last week following the benching of quarterback Marcus Mariota in the third quarter. Although the offense wasn't able to score any points with Tannehill under center, they were able to move the ball downfield much more effectively. It is yet to be seen how the offense will look with a full game of Tannehill under center, but for the time being both Tannehill and his weapons in the passing game are better left on the fantasy bench.

A.J. Brown A Solid Stash Ahead Of Week 7

Tennessee Titans wide receiver A.J. Brown has been one of the lone bright spots on the offense so far this season, although he has been inconsistent for fantasy due mostly to inconsistent quarterback play. With quarterback Ryan Tannehill slated to make his first start in Week 7 against the Los Angeles Chargers, A.J. Brown is an intriguing bench stash should the Titans passing offense take a step forward. The talent and playmaking ability of Brown is unquestionable, but the overall fantasy ceiling of this offense has been dreadful up to this point.

Corey Davis Faces Tough Matchup In Week 7

To say Tennessee Titans wide receiver Corey Davis has been underwhelming this year might be an understatement, but there is a slight glimmer of hope for his rest-of-season outlook with new quarterback Ryan Tannehill under center. Davis caught three passes for 36 yards in just over a quarter last week upon Tannehill's insertion into the game, after having caught zero passes up to that point. If Tannehill is able to give the Titans offense some life going forward, Davis may begin to creep back into fantasy relevance. However, in a week where the Titans face a Chargers Defense allowing the sixth fewest fantasy points to opposing receivers, Davis is nothing more than a bench stash.