The Green Bay Packers (4-6) are now off the ranks of the teams on losing streaks after their comeback win over the Dallas Cowboys.

Tonight, they’ll take on the AFC South supreme in the Tennessee Titans (6-3). Featuring one of the league’s elite running games lead by Derrick Henry. The NFL’s leading rusher.

However, the focus of the game will actually be the Packers backfield duo of Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon. A duo responsible for the majority of the limited positivity on offense this season.

In four games, Green Bay has rushed for 200 yards on the ground, going 3-1. With the one loss coming from a late comeback loss to the Buffalo Bills.

That rushing attack will go up against one of the elite run-stopping defenses in the league in Tennessee. Allowing only 766 yards (2nd least), 4 yards per carry (3rd least) and two touchdowns (least) on the ground all season. 

Even worse for the Packers is that their best defensive player, DT Jeffrey Simmons, is set to start the game.

Does this force the ball out of the backfield and back into Aaron Rodgers’ hands?

WRs Romeo Doubs and Randall Cobb are both out, but Rodgers seemingly has found a new connection with rookie Christian Watson. Meaning the offensive gameplan of overloading the defenses through the air could return.

While it hasn’t been effective for most of the season, the Green Bay Packers are forced to go in with the belief that both Jones and Dillon will be held at bay. Focusing heavily on the aerial attack.

Green Bay will play more teams this season who struggle against the run. Unfortunately, tonight’s game is not one of them.

Mandatory Credit: Dan Powers of the USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin