Cincinnati Bengals vs Tennessee Titans: Head to head record and top prediction

By Pragya kumar Bilagar

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The last matchup between these teams took place in the AFC Divisional Round, where everything was on the line.

Joe Burrow was sacked nine times, but he continued to play as Joe Mixon scored on a touchdown run

and Evan McPherson kicked four field goals to give Cincinnati a tight 19-16 victory.

With a 40-36-1 record overall against them, the Titans are ahead of the other team in the rivalry.

DeMarco Murray scored twice on the ground and caught a touchdown in Tennessee's last regular-season game against them in 2017, which the Titans won 24-20.

We believe they will defeat a strong all-around team in Tennessee because Burrow,

who is like a heavyweight fighter who keeps coming after you knock him down,

doesn't seem to be phased by pressure, and he has a fantastic corps of receivers to rely on.

The last time Cincinnati triumphed in a regular-season game in Nashville was in 2011,

when former pivot Andy Dalton connected with Andre Caldwell and Colin Cochart on touchdown passes.