Mike Hilton ends a Titans threat with an incredible interception

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Things are certainly going the way of the Cincinnati Bengals in Tennessee.

The visitors are out to a ten-point lead over the Titans, and just when it looked like Tennessee was going to cut into that lead in a big way, defensive back Mike Hilton ended a scoring threat with a tremendous interception.

Joe Mixon gave the Bengals the ten-point lead on this touchdown run in the third quarter, taking advantage of the cutback angle for the score:

But then, the Titans got things rolling on their ensuing possession. D’Onta Foreman, in the game to give Derrick Henry a spell, ripped off this huge gain to give Tennessee great field position:

Foreman looked a lot like Henry on that run, and the Titans seemed to be in business. But on the next play, Cincinnati showed pressure with Hilton on the edge. Ryan Tannehill looked to throw quickly in that direction, and Hilton was ready:

That turnover was Tannehill’s second of the day.

The Titans defensive front is applying heavy pressure on Joe Burrow, having sacked him six times already. But if the Titans offense keeps turning the football over, Tennessee might be looking at an early exit.

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