Ravens keep Derrick Henry in check
Derrick Henry has notoriously had some monster games against the Ravens, but I think that could change this week (fingers crossed).
So far this season, Henry hasn't gotten off to the start we are used to seeing from him. He's recorded just one game this season with more than 100 yards, while having less than 50 yards twice already. Henry is averaging a career-low 3.8 yards per carry and has just 2 touchdowns through the first 5 games.
Henry will be going up against a great defense in the Ravens that has allowed the 7th-fewest amount of rushing yards per game this season (just 91.4 per game). This includes an average of just 82 rushing yards per game when on the road.
The Ravens also have the best off-ball linebacker duo in football with Patrick Queen and Roquan Smith who continue to do a great job of diagnosing the run game.
You'd have to imagine that Henry will be the Ravens' top priority defensively, as they've been beaten badly by him in the past. With an underwhelming passing offense featuring Ryan Tannehill at quarterback, I think the Ravens will really be able to key in on Henry.
I think they hold him to less than 50 yards and under 4 yards per carry.