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The Titans offense was a mess in Week Three, but things went a lot better for them in Week Four.

Derrick Henry ran for one touchdown and threw for another, Ryan Tannehill threw a touchdown of his own, and the Titans rolled up 355 yards in a 27-3 rout of the Bengals on their home field. The result lifts the Titans to 2-2 on the season and drops the Bengals to 1-3.

Tennessee couldn’t crack the 100-yard mark while losing to the Browns by an identical 27-3 score last Sunday. Their offense needed 15 plays to pick up 40 yards and a field goal to open the game, but they scored three touchdowns in the second quarter to take control of the game.

Henry ran 22 times for 122 yards — a season-high — and Tannehill hit on 18-of-25 passes for 240 yards. Nick Westbrook-Ikhine caught the touchdown from Tannehill and he also had key completions to DeAndre Hopkins and Chris Moore as the team didn’t miss Treylon Burks much on their most productive offensive day of the season.

The key for the Titans will be finding a way to consistently get that kind of production from their offense. They’ll get a chance to see if they can do it in Indianapolis next weekend.

The Bengals have their own offensive shortcomings to sort out. They had a 72-yard drive to open the game with a field goal, but never generated that kind of momentum for the rest of the afternoon. Joe Burrow was pressured often and his calf injury likely didn’t help his efforts to avoid those rushers. Jeffery Simmons, Azeez Al-Shaair, Teair Tart, and Arden Key all had multiple quarterback hits and Trevis Gipson forced a fumble on a sack in the second half.

Burrow and company will be in Arizona next weekend and they need to find a way to get their offense in shape as soon as possible. Wide receiver Tee Higgins left the game with injured ribs and an extended absence for him won’t help that effort.

The Titans are rolling over the Bengals through 30 minutes of play in Nashville.

Derrick Henry ran for a 29-yard touchdown and then threw a two-yard pass to Josh Whyle for another score as part of a Titans scoring blitz in the second quarter. After a 3-3 first quarter, the Titans scored three touchdowns and lead the Bengals 24-3 at the break.

Henry is now 6-of-7 for 25 yards and three touchdowns as a passer. The rushing touchdown was the 80th of his career and he has 10 carries for 72 yards on the ground on Sunday.

Ryan Tannehill is 11-of-16 for 180 yards and a touchdown pass to Nick Westbrook-Ikhine. The Titans have 273 yards overall after picking up just 94 in last Sunday’s loss to the Browns.

The Bengals offense has been a mess since a game-opening field goal drive. Joe Burrow is 9-of-17 for 77 yards and he’s regularly under pressure from the Titans pass rush while playing on his injured calf. It will be difficult for the Bengals to slow that down while trailing by 21 points, but they will need to if they have any hope of coming back on Sunday.

The Bengals’ bid for a second straight win is off to a rough start in Tennessee.

Running back Derrick Henry ran for a 29-yard touchdown with just over three minutes to play in the first half and the Titans now lead the Bengals 17-3. The touchdown was the 80th of Henry’s NFL career.

The Bengals opened the game with a 72-yard drive that stalled short of the end zone, but they were able to take a 3-0 lead. They have picked up just 34 yards and three first downs on their next three drives, however.

The Titans got a field goal on their first drive as well and scored their first touchdown earlier in the second quarter. Ryan Tannehill hit Nick Westbrook-Ikhine for a score after a big play to DeAndre Hopkins got them down the field.

Every week we bring you all the inactives from the 1 p.m. ET games in one post, constantly updated with the latest information.

The Browns will not have quarterback Deshaun Watson on Sunday, but they will have tight end David Njoku.

Njoku was added to the injury report on Saturday after suffering burns to his hands and face in a fire pit accident and head coach Kevin Stefanski said that the team had to see if he could put a helmet on before deciding on his status. Njoku passed that test and got the green light to play against the Ravens.

Watson is out with the shoulder injury that limited him to just a few throws in practice this week. Rookie Dorian Thompson-Robinson will make his first NFL start.

On the Ravens side, running back Justice Hill, center Tyler Linderbaum, and safety Kyle Hamilton are all active after being listed as questionable. Safety Marcus Williams was also in that group, but he is inactive.

Ravens at Browns

Ravens: WR Odell Beckham Jr., WR Rashod Bateman, T Ronnie Stanley, CB Marlon Humphrey, EDGE Odafe Oweh, S Marcus Williams, QB Josh Johnson

Browns: QB Deshaun Watson, TE Zaire Mitchell-Paden, CB Kahlef Hailassie, C Luke Wypler, DE Isaiah McGuire, DT Siaki Ika

Dolphins at Bills

Dolphins: QB Skylar Thompson, EDGE Jaelan Phillips, S DeShon Elliott, CB Eli Apple, C Connor Williams, TE Tyler Kroft

Bills: S Jordan Poyer, CB Kaiir Elam, T Germain Ifedi, OL Alec Anderson, DT Poona Ford

Broncos at Bears

Broncos: LB Frank Clark, C Alex Forsyth, LB Josey Jewell, OLB Ronnie Perkins, DT Mike Purcell, S Justin Simmons, S JL Skinner.

Bears: DB Eddie Jackson, DB Jaylon Johnson, QB Nathan Peterman, WR Chase Claypool, RB D’onta Foreman

Steelers at Texans

Steelers: QB Mason Rudolph, P Pressley Harvin, OL James Daniels, WR Gunner Olszewski, NT Breiden Fehoko

Texans: CB Tavierre Thomas, LB Denzel Perryman, QB Case Keenum, RB Dare Ogunbowale, OL Michael Deiter, T Josh Jones, T Laremy Tunsil

Vikings at Panthers

Vikings: S Lewis Cine, TE Nick Muse, C Garrett Bradbury, DL Khyiris Tonga, QB Jaren Hall

Panthers: RB Raheem Blackshear, WR Jonathan Mingo, S Xavier Woods, CB Sam Webb, LB Deion Jones, T David Sharpe

Rams at Colts

Rams: RB Zach Evans, OL Zach Thomas, OL Alaric Jackson, DL Earnest Brown

Colts: QB Sam Ehlinger, CB Darrell Baker Jr., DE Isaiah Land, LB Cameron McGrone, C Ryan Kelly, T Bernhard Raimann, TE Will Mallory

Buccaneers at Saints

Buccaneers: LB SirVocea Dennis, CB Jamel Dean, CB Derrek Pitts Jr., LB Markees Watts, OL Brandon Walton, TE Payne Durham, DL Calijah Kancey

Saints: QB Jake Luton, WR A.T. Perry, CB Paulson Adebo, DB Jordan Howden, OL Cesar Ruiz, TE Foster Moreau, DE Kyle Phillips

Commanders at Eagles

Commanders: RB Chris Rodriguez Jr., DE K.J. Henry, T Trent Scott, G Chris Paul, TE Curtis Hodges, WR Mitchell Tinsley

Eagles: WR Quez Watkins, QB Tanner McKee, S Sydney Brown, RB Rashaad Penny, S Justin Evans, OL Tyler Steen, DT Moro Ojomo

Bengals at Titans

Bengals: CB DJ Ivey, LB Akeem Davis-Gaither, LB Devin Harper, OL Trey Hill, OL Jackson Carman, TE Irv Smith

Titans: WR Treylon Burks, OL Peter Skoronski, LB Luke Gifford, DB Elijah Molden, OL Jaelyn Duncan, QB Will Levis

This year, the NFL has begun announcing the fines imposed on players for on-field rules infractions. We’ll be posting separate items on fines of significance.

We’ll also be listing all of the fines here, by team, player, announced violation, and amount.

All fines are subject to appeal. It’s not known whether the NFL will update the weekly disclosure of imposed fines with information as to the outcome of the appeals.

Here are the Week 3 fines, covering 20 teams, 34 players, and 1.35 percent of all plays:

Falcons, Kaden Ellis, unnecessary roughness, $16,391.

Falcons, Keith Smith, unnecessary roughness, $87,418.

Bears, Jaquan Brisker, unnecessary roughness, $9,287.

Bears, Tyrique Stevenson, unnecessary roughness, $6,515.

Bengals, Cam Taylor-Britt, unnecessary roughness, $7,516.

Cowboys, Chuma Edoga, unnecessary roughness, $6,847.

Cowboys, Jonathan Hankins, unnecessary roughness, $7,319.

Broncos, Kareem Jackson, unnecessary roughness, $11,473.

Broncos, Drew Sanders, unnecessary roughness, $5,793.

Broncos, Patrick Surtain, unnecessary roughness, $11,473.

Lions, Alex Anzalone, unnecessary roughness, $13,922.

Lions, Brian Branch, unnecessary roughness, $8,103.

Lions, Brian Branch (second fine), unnecessary roughness, $8,103.

Packers, Rasul Douglas, unnecessary roughness, $11,473.

Packers, Ben Sims, unnecessary roughness, $4,167.

Texans, Jonathan Greenard, unnecessary roughness, $7,604.

Colts, Kwity Paye, unnecessary roughness, $10,927.

Chargers, Raheem Layne, unnecessary roughness, $4,870.

Chargers, Maxx Crosby, unnecessary roughness, $10.927.

Dolphins, Raheem Mostert, unnecessary roughness, $10,927.

Vikings, Harrison Smith, unnecessary roughness, $21,855.

Patriots, Jabrill Peppers, unnecessary roughness, $43,709.

Patriots, JuJu Smith-Schuster, unnecessary roughness, $16,391.

Saints, Tony Jones, unnecessary roughness, $5,222.

Giants, A’Shawn Robinson, unnecessary roughness, $11,473.

Giants, Jihad Ward, unnecessary roughness, $8,139.

Giants, Leonard Williams, a hit on a quarterback, $16,391.

Steelers, Kwon Alexander, unnecessary roughness, $43,709.

Steelers, Miles Killebrew, unnecessary roughness, $13,792.

49ers, Trent Williams, unnecessary roughness, $11,473.

Seahawks, Julian Love, unnecessary roughness, $21,833.

Seahawks, DK Metcalf, unnecessary roughness, $16,391.

Seahawks, Teez Tabor, unnecessary roughness, $6,000.

Titans, Arden Key, a hit on a quarterback, $43,710.

The fourth week of the 2023 NFL season kicked off on Thursday with a win by the Lions and it continues with 14 more games on Sunday, which means that the 28 teams in those games submitted their final injury reports of the week on Friday.

The Seahawks and Giants play on Monday and their final injury reports will be released on Saturday.

Falcons at Jaguars (in London)

RB Cordarrelle Patterson (thigh) is questionable to make his regular season debut for the Falcons. WR Josh Ali (ankle) is out.

Jaguars WR Zay Jones (knee), LB Devin Lloyd (thumb), and DB Antonio Johnson (hamstring) are out. T Anton Harrison (ankle), DL Foley Fatukasi (shoulder), and WR Jamal Agnew (quad) are listed as questionable.

Dolphins at Bills

Dolphins EDGE Jaelan Phillips (oblique) is out. RB Salvon Ahmed (groin), T Terron Armstead (back, ankle, knee), S DeShon Elliott (ankle, groin), and C Connor Williams (groin) were designated as questionable.

S Jordan Poyer (knee) will not play for the Bills.

Broncos at Bears

LB Frank Clark (hip), LB Josey Jewell (hip), and DT Mike Purcell (ribs) are out for the Broncos while S Justin Simmons (hip) is questionable to play.

S Eddie Jackson (foot) and CB Jaylon Johnson (hamstring) won’t play for the Bears. RB Travis Homer (ankle) is questionable.

Ravens at Browns

Ravens WR Rashod Bateman (hamstring) and WR Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle) will miss Sunday’s game. CB Marlon Humphrey (foot), EDGE Odafe Oweh (ankle), and EDGE David Ojabo (ankle/knee) are also out while T Ronnie Stanley (knee) is doubtful. RB Justice Hill (toe), S Kyle Hamilton (back), C Tyler Linderbaum (ankle) and S Marcus Williams (pectoral) make up the questionable group.

QB Deshaun Watson (shoulder) is listed as questionable after a week of limited practices, but the rest of the Browns are good to go.

Steelers at Texans

The Steelers ruled out G James Daniels (groin) and P Pressley Harvin (right hamstring).

T Laremy Tunsil (knee), G/T Josh Jones (hand), LB Denzel Perryman (hand, wrist), and CB Tavierre Thomas (hand) are all out for the Texans. C Michael Dieter (concussion) is their only questionable player.

Vikings at Panthers

C Garrett Bradbury (back) and DE Marcus Davenport (ankle) are listed as questionable for the Vikings. S Lewis Cine (hamstring) is the only player ruled out.

The Panthers will have QB Bryce Young (ankle) back in the lineup. RB Miles Sanders (groin) is listed as questionable along with LB Frankie Luvu (hip) and WR Jonathan Mingo (concussion).

Rams at Colts

TE Tyler Higbee (Achilles), T Alaric Jackson (hamstring), S John Johnson (face), and WR Ben Skowronek (Achilles) are the Rams’ questionable players.

Colts QB Anthony Richardson (concussion) is good to go, but C Ryan Kelly (concussion) and T Bernhard Raimann (concussion) are not going to play. DT DeForest Buckner (groin, back), QB Sam Ehlinger (right shoulder), and G Quenton Nelson (toe) are all listed as questionable.

Buccaneers at Saints

CB Carlton Davis (toe) could return for the Bucs after being listed as questionable, but CB Jamel Dean (neck/shoulder), DL Calijah Kancey (calf), CB Derrick Pitts (hamstring), and LB SirVocea Dennis (hamstring) are all out. DT Vita Vea (pectoral) and linebacker Devin White (foot) are also questionable.

Saints QB Derek Carr (right shoulder) is listed as questionable after returning to practice on Friday.

Commanders at Eagles

RB Chris Rodriguez (illness) is out for the Commanders and S Percy Butler (foot) is listed as questionable.

The Eagles ruled out S Sydney Brown (hamstring) and WR Quez Watkins (hamstring). S Justin Evans (neck) is considered questionable.

Bengals at Titans

QB Joe Burrow (calf) will start for the Bengals. TE Irv Smith (hamstring) is out and LB Akeem Davis-Gaither (knee) is questionable.

WR Treylon Burks (knee), G Peter Skoronski (abdomen), CB Elijah Molden (hamstring), and LB Luke Gifford (hamstring) are out for the Titans.

Raiders at Chargers

QB Jimmy Garoppolo (concussion) and EDGE Maxx Crosby (knee) headline the Raiders report. Both are listed as questionable along with CB Nate Hobbs (ankle), S Roderic Teamer (Achilles), and DE Malcolm Koonce (groin). LB Curtis Bolton (knee) is out.

The Chargers are set to play without RB Austin Ekeler (ankle) and Derwin James (hamstring) after listing them as doubtful. EDGE Joey Bosa (hamstring, toe) and S Alohi Gilman (heel) drew questionable tags. CB Deane Leonard (hamstring) is doubtful while C Corey Linsley (illness) and S JT Woods (illness) were ruled out.

Patriots at Cowboys

DT Christian Barmore (knee), DT Davon Godchaux (ankle), CB Jonathan Jones (ankle), G Cole Strange (knee), and CB Shaun Wade (shoulder) are questionable for the Patriots.

Cowboys G Zack Martin (ankle) and C Tyler Biadasz (hamstring) are questionable to play, but T Tyron Smith (knee) has been ruled out. TE Peyton Hendershot (ankle) is also questionable.

Cardinals at 49ers

DE Jonathan Ledbetter (finger) and LB Josh Woods (ankle) are out for the Cardinals. LB Krys Barnes (finger), WR Marquise Brown (thumb), RB Keaontay Ingram (neck), and T Paris Johnson (ankle) make up their questionable group.

WR Brandon Aiyuk (shoulder) is set to play for the 49ers, but WR Deebo Samuel (rib, knee) is questionable and WR Jauan Jennings (knee) is doubtful. RB Elijah Mitchell (knee), LB Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles (ankle), and LB Dre Greenlaw (ankle) are also in the questionable group.

Chiefs at Jets

If Taylor Swift and Aaron Rodgers are at Sunday night’s game, they won’t be seeing Chiefs LB Nick Bolton (ankle) or CB Jaylen Warren (shoulder).

The Jets ruled out S Tony Adams (hamstring) and G Wes Schweitzer (concussion).

The Bengals placed returner Charlie Jones on injured reserve with a thumb injury Friday. They needed the roster spot after claiming linebacker Devin Harper off waivers from the Cowboys.

The Cowboys had hoped Harper would clear waivers, so they could re-sign him to the practice squad, but the Bengals foiled their plans.

Dallas made Harper a sixth-round pick in 2022, and he appeared in three games as a rookie before going on season-ending injured reserve. He has played all three games this season, seeing action on three defensive snaps and 49 on special teams, and he has three tackles.

The Bengals need help at the position with linebacker Akeem Davis-Gaither questionable with a knee injury.

The Bengals have placed wide receiver Charlie Jones (thumb) on injured reserve.

The rookie leads the NFL with eight punt returns for 150 yards and a touchdown. That’s an 18.8 yard average.

He played three offensive snaps and 17 on special teams in three games.

The team ruled out tight end Irv Smith Jr. (hamstring), and linebacker Akeem Davis-Gaither (knee) is questionable.

Quarterback Joe Burrow (ankle) is off the injury report after three full practices.

The Titans won’t have one of their top receivers when they play the Bengals on Sunday.

Second-year wideout Treylon Burks has been ruled out with a knee injury, head coach Mike Vrabel said Friday, via multiple reporters.

Burks was a limited participant on Wednesday but didn’t practice on Thursday. Burks is set to miss about a week, according to Vrabel.

A first-round pick in 2022, Burks has six catches for 99 yards so far this season.

The Titans also ruled out offensive lineman Peter Skoronski (abdomen), cornerback Elijah Molden (hamstring), and linebacker Luke Gifford (hamstring).

Joe Burrow is good to go against the Titans this week.

Via multiple reporters, head coach Zac Taylor said on Friday that Burrow was again a full participant in practice on Friday and the quarterback is set to play. Taylor noted that Burrow looked good throughout the week.

Burrow was clearly struggling with the injury during last Monday’s victory over the Browns. But he still played the whole game, completing 26-of-49 passes for 259 yards with an interception.

The Bengals have ruled out tight end Irv Smith (hamstring) and receiver Charlie Jones (thumb) for Week 4.