The Absolute Best Week 11 Packers Preview: Tennessee Titans (6-3) vs Green Bay Packers (4-6)
Week 11 Packers Preview: Vegas Line Packers -1.5 (41 O/U)
- The total has gone under in six straight Titans’ games.
- The Titans are 7-0 ATS in their last seven games.
- The Packers are 2-5 ATS in their last seven games.
Week 11 Packers Preview: Rundown
Titans lead series 7-6
The Packers and the Titans face off in Green Bay Thursday night. Aaron Rodgers is 2-2 against the Titans in his career, throwing for 1,258 yards and 10 touchdowns with four interceptions. His road/home splits with the Titans are interesting; he is 2-0 home and 0-2 away. He is 48/63 with 573 yards and seven touchdowns, with one interception and two sacks averaging a 126.6 passer rating in that span at home. Away, he is 53/92 with 685 yards and four touchdowns, with four interceptions and nine sacks averaging a 78.3 passer rating.
Week 11 Packers Preview: What to Watch For
Keeping the Momentum Going
The 2022 season has been a struggle so far for the Packers. They finally snapped a five-game losing streak Sunday afternoon. If they want to keep their season alive, they must keep the momentum going. That means taking a look at what worked in what situations and seeing if they can do those things again.
What are those things? Christian Watson getting more involved is one. His health has been an issue for him so far but whenever he gets the ball, his pure athleticism is clear as day. Rodgers having faith in his receivers is another. This one connects with the first. If Rodgers gave up on Watson, the rookie wouldn’t have gone off like he did and the Packers might have lost in week 10. If he continues to believe in his guys, they will come through for him eventually and beautiful things will happen.
Angry Rodgers is good Rodgers. He knows he has something to prove in 2022 despite being a back-to-back MVP. Rodgers is pissed. His frustration came to a head in the week 9 Lions game after missing Toure on a deep pass. He snapped and screamed in anger in the middle of the field. He said about that game, “last week was definitely a low, rock-bottom-ish for sure…not in a depressive, isolationism way, but more disappointment.” The Cowboy Killer channeled that anger into three touchdowns to his rookie WR Christian Watson. Rodgers was filmed on the sidelines yelling at his coach. Stay mad Rodgers, keep the fire going.
My Week 11 Packers Preview: Predictions
Titans win 22-19
- Titans win on a last minute field goal.
- Tonyan will be the reception leader on the Packers
- Henry will bounce back against the Packers, who are 28th in defending rushing yards. He will rush for 140+ yards against the Packers.
Week 11 Packers Preview: Injury Report
LP – CB Rasul Douglas (calf), RB Aaron Jones (shin), WR Allen Lazard (shoulder), DB Keisean Nixon (calf), QB Aaron Jones (thumb), G Jon Runyan (knee), OLB Preston Smith (Shoulder/Groin)
DNP – OT David Bakhtiari (knee), LB De’Vondre Campbell (knee), WR Romeo Doubs (ankle), OT Elgton Jenkins (knee)
LP – CB Roger McCreary (calf), DT Jeffery Simmons (ankle)
DNP – K Randy Bullock (calf), OLB Bud Dupree (hip), WR Cody Hollister (back), DB Lonnie Johnson (hamstring), C Ben Jones (concussion)
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