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Henry has run for 408 yards and six touchdowns over his last two games, close to half of his season total in those categories. His Titans will take the field against the depleted Redskins (7-7) on Saturday.

The Redskins remain in the playoff hunt and sit just a half game behind the Vikings for a spot in the postseason. They saved their season last week by sneaking out a 16-13 win over the Jaguars to end a four-game losing streak, but their once-promising campaign has come at a price. Quarterbacks Alex Smith and Colt McCoy have suffered season-ending injuries, and third-stringer Mark Sanchez has had his share of struggles, giving Josh Johnson, who had played in just 28 games in his career — all but two coming between 2009-11 — before this season, the reigns at quarterback.

What time is Redskins vs. Titans?

Redskins vs. Titans will begin at 4:30 p.m. ET on Dec. 22, and, for the second straight week, will be one of two NFL games on a Saturday. Ravens vs. Chargers is scheduled to be the nightcap at 8:20 p.m. ET.

Where will Redskins vs. Titans be played?

Tennessee has gone 5-1 at home this season, and its favorable end of the schedule features four of its last five games at Nissan Stadium. Washington has been solid on the road this year; its 4-3 away record is an improvement over its home mark.

How to stream Redskins-Titans

The Redskins-Titans matchup can be streamed on fuboTV (7-day free trial). It will also be airing on NFL Network. FOX pregame host Curt Menefee will be on the call, along with Nate Burleson, Steve Mariucci and Melissa Stark.

Who is favored between the Redskins and the Titans?

The odds are stacked against the Redskins on Saturday, as the Titans are listed as the 10-point favorite, per Vegas Insider. It’s also not expected to be a high-scoring game, with the over/under sitting at just 37.

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