Where can the Titans look to attack and slow down the Jets offense when the two teams meet Sunday in New York?

The New York Jets (7-5) will try to take advantage of a Tennessee Titans ( 3-9) defense this week that gave up over 330 yards passing and five touchdowns to Jacksonville.

The New Jork Jets offense has been very balanced so far in 2015, paasing for  an average of 253.3 yards per game while rushing for 112.3 yards per cntest. Those numbers are good for  15th and 14th in the league respectively, meaning that you must defend the entire field and both the pass and run game equally.

So where can the Titans defense look to stop this balance attack? It starts with getting pressure on their quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and being able to make him uncomfortable in the pocket. 

To do that the Titans need to have Derrick Morgan return to action. While his numbers have not been eye popping, when Morgan has been on the field the sack numbers for his counterpart Brian Orakpo have been outstanding. Without him, Orakpo's numbers have fallen dramatically, so having Morgan is a key for the Titans.

Of course the Titans secondary is lways a question mark and with the Jets wide receivers Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker the Titans will have their hands full and must have a strong effort from Coty Sensabaugh and Perrish Cox on the back end.

So who wins and what's the final score?

We tel you in the above video.

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