The Las Vegas Raiders are going to be playing the Tennessee Titans, another 0-2 team, to be fighting for their first win. The win won’t be easy, but the Titans aren’t looking the best so far this year, and it seems like this may be the perfect opportunity to get things back on track for the silver and black.

Here are three players who could have big games against the Titans based on matchups alone. Be watching for these guys to make some noise on Sunday.

Nate Hobbs, CB

Nate Hobbs hasn’t had a bad week yet and is in fact one of the best cornerbacks in the league, right now. Of the 40 cornerbacks who have played at least 70 coverage snaps, Nate Hobbs has the third highest grade, per Pro Football Focus at 80.7 behind Darius Slay and Jamel Dean.

Hobbs will be faced with the task of locking up either Robert Woods or Treylon Burks, but probably Woods. The Titans love to run the ball a lot, and Hobbs can do that too, with a PFF run defense grade of 88.8, the third highest among cornerbacks.

Rock Ya-Sin, CB

The Titans don’t throw it as much as they run it, and I think everyone knows that. Just look at who their running back is. While they may not be able to stop Derrick Henry, the most dominant runner this league has seen maybe ever, they can stop the pass.

Ya-Sin will likely be matched up with rookie Treylon Burks, where he automatically has the advantage when it comes to experience. The former Arkansas receiver has huge hands, some of the biggest of any receiver, and is extremely fast after the catch. I think Ya-Sin can limit Burks in terms of what he is able to do on Sunday and have a big game.

Chandler Jones, DE

Last year we saw Chandler Jones rack up three sacks against the Titans as a member of the Arizona Cardinals. Starting left tackle Taylor Lewan just couldn’t do anything with him. On Monday night against the Bills, Lewan left the game early due to injury.

So, Jones may not even have to dominate Lewan, and may just be going against a backup left tackle in Dennis Daley. Either way, the Raiders need pressure on Tannehill, because that’s when he starts making mistakes, and we saw that last week when the Bills destroyed the Titans.

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