The Cincinnati Bengals are 2-0 against the Tennessee Titans this season and are looking to make it three in a row on Sunday.

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The Bengals sit at 6-4 after a Week 11 win over the Steelers. Joe Burrow and Co. After an 0-2 start, they have won two in a row, five and six of their last eight.

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 looking strangely similar to the 5-4 club that went to the Super Bowl last year.But before them on Sunday stands a familiar Titans team that sits on a 7-3 record.

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After a likewise 0-2 start, the Titans have ripped off seven wins over eight games, the only loss an overtime one to the Chiefs by a field goal.

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Those Titans return Ryan Tannehill under center  and star running back Derrick Henry, owner of 1,010 yards on a 4.4 average with 10 scores.

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The offense averages just 19.3 points, but that matters little when the defense allows just 18.5.

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Last January, the Bengals went into Tennessee and nabbed a 19-16 win as Burrow threw for 348 yards with a pick and the ground game averaged 3.6 yards per carry.

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Ja'Marr Chase led the team with 109 yards through the air. Tennessee had a hobbled Henry back from injury who averaged just 3.1 yards over 20 attempts.

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 What muddies the picture, besides how much things can change from last postseason to now, is the fact the Bengals won't have Joe Mixon and don't project to have Chase.

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