The final game of Week 6 in the NFL takes place on Monday night, as the Buffalo Bills travel to Nashville to face the Tennessee Titans (Money Line – Titans 11/5, Bills 4/11).
Both teams sit top of their respective divisions, but it is the Bills who have the superior record.
Buffalo (5/1 – to win the Super Bowl) are 4-1 after they bounced back from their Week 1 defeat to beat the Miami Dolphins, Washington Football Team, Houston Texans and Kansas City Chiefs.
The Tennessee Titans top the AFC South, but their 3-2 record suggests they are yet to find their rhythm this season.
The Titans beat Buffalo 42-16 last season in a memorable game, with Derrick Henry grabbing the headlines following his stiff-arm on Bills cornerback Josh Norman.
Henry’s iconic show of strength has been replayed countless times since their last meeting but the running back says he is focused on the task at hand and does not want to live in the past.
He told the Titans’ official website: “They are ranked third for a reason. Even looking back, 2019, like two years ago, they still have some of the same guys who played together for a long time, who know the schemes very well and who do great in the scheme.
“They have a lot of experience from top to bottom. It is a really good defence.”
Henry can join Jim Brown, Eric Dickerson and Terrell Davis as the NFL’s only players since 1960 with 750 rushing yards and eight rushing downs in the first six games of the season, as long as he picks up another 110 yards and one further touchdown.
If he surpasses 100-plus rushing yards, he will do so for the fifth game in a row, which is the longest active streak in the NFL.
The spotlight will not purely focus on Henry, though, with Titans pair Julio Jones and A.J. Brown both set to return from injury.
A high-scoring game appears to be on the cards, with Bills quarterback Josh Allen helping his team score four touchdowns against the Kansas City Chiefs last weekend and punters can back over 53.5 points at 10/11.