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    Game breakdown on Sirius NFL Radio

    Couple of notes from Movin the Chains on NFL Radio:

    -- Titans are not a blitzing team. But they can intercept passes with great success. So the battle on the offensive side of the ball will likely be Ben getting comfortable in the pocket and hopefully picking them apart. Which may lend to some holes in the running game.

    -- On defense, we will likely need to watch out for Wildcat formation with Vince Young back there running it. Something to stabalize our pass rush possibly. (I think someone mentioned this a few days ago in another thread). I think after one hit by Woodley, Vince Young will go crying to the sideline again though.

    Are these really the main themes we have to pay attention for? Honestly, I see us stopping their running attack (by their rbs), and I don't see their defense being as effective without Haynesworth and KVB.
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    Re: Game breakdown on Sirius NFL Radio

    I am more worried about Johnson that Lendale. The fast, shifty backs always seem to give us more problems.
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    Re: Game breakdown on Sirius NFL Radio

    I am more worried about Johnson that Lendale. The fast, shifty backs always seem to give us more problems.
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    I look for Tennessee to step up this week. They have lost Haynesworth and KvB for this week but also their substitute DT in Kevin Vickerson.

    Look out for Bo Scaife their TE. He has 53 catches this year and is averaging over 10 yard per catch. I think Lawrence Timmons will see a lot of action.

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