Key receiver unavailable for Titans in Week 4 matchup with Bengals.

Key receiver unavailable for Titans in Week 4 matchup with Bengals.

The Tennessee Titans, who are 1-2 heading into Week 4, will be attempting to tie the .500 mark when they play the Cincinnati Bengals.
Unfortunately, one of their top receivers won’t be available for the Tennessee Titans.

The team’s scouting report indicates that Treylon Burks’ knee injury has caused him to be out for Week 4.
Burks was also ruled out, along with offensive lineman Peter Skoronski, defensive back Elijah Molden, and linebacker Luke Gifford.

Over the course of training camp, Burks had a knee injury.
But for the first three weeks, he has been engaged.
Burks either re-aggravated or developed a new knee injury, both of which occurred between Week 3 and this week’s practice.
During the entire week, he was unable to practice.

Burks has not yet lived up to the first-round hype, despite the Titans having high expectations for him. Burks has six receptions for 99 yards and zero points this season.
For a total of 543 yards and a touchdown in his two years in Tennessee, Burks has caught 39 passes.

Even after the Titans signed DeAndre Hopkins, Burks was still anticipated to play a key role in their pass offense.
But regardless of who starts at wide receiver, the pass offense has been virtually nonexistent.
With 149.7 passing yards per game on average, the Titans are ranked 30th in the NFL.

Tennessee will now have to get ready for an offensive-minded Cincinnati team without Treylon Burks.
It will be difficult for the Titans to climb back to the top of the AFC South if they fall to 1-3. But the Titans want to win in Week 4 whether they have Burks or not.


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