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Week 13 Outlook
Taylor Lewan (knee) is out for the remainder of the 2022 season.
Lewan suffered the knee injury in the Titans' Week 2 loss to Buffalo. Dennis Daley will likely get the starting reps at left tackle moving forward. Losing Lewan is definitely a major blow to the Titans' offense which focuses on running the ball with Derrick Henry. Fantasy managers should expect a slight dip in offensive production from the Titans.
According to PFF's Ari Meirov, Tennessee Titans T Taylor Lewan is listed as out for Week 3, but after speculation that he may miss the season with a knee injury, remains off of the Titans' injured reserve list.
Lewan's absence is a tough blow for the Titans' running game, as he was the team's highest-graded offensive lineman according to PFF. The Titans have struggled on the ground as RB Derrick Henry averages just 3.1 yards per carry. If Lewan misses significant time, as he's expected to, the Titans' offense as a whole receives a slight downgrade.
The Titans fear Taylor Lewan "could" be out for the season.
Lewan went down with a knee injury early in Monday's loss against the Bills when he was carted to the locker room. It would be a significant loss to an already struggling Titans offensive line.
Titans tackle Taylor Lewan was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list on Friday.
The Titans edged the 49ers on Thursday night, giving Lewan 10 days to be activated for Week 17.
Titans veteran offensive Taylor Lewan is inactive for Week 2 against Seattle. He suffered a knee injury during warmups.
Lewan has long been a key veteran presence in the trenches for Tennessee. With that said, he did struggle last week, playing a role in what ended up being a five-sack day for opposing pass-rusher Chandler Jones. He appeared in 85.9 percent of snaps in Week 1.