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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Aug 16, 2013.
Jeff Fisher everybody
Hey coach fisher, why are you snooping around here dressed as a Bengals fan?
My apologies. My mustache was especially itchy today and I got confused.
Carry on, gents.
Ok guys its not Fisher.
This guy has a personality.
Looks like the first-teamers will play most of the first half.
Yea and Coty will run with the 1's on defense
Guys to watch; Campbell, Sensabaugh, Lavar Edwards, Scott Solomon, Schwenke, Warmack and Hunter.
TITANS (0-1) AT BENGALS (1-0)
When: 6 p.m.
TV: WKRN Channel 2
Last week: Titans lost to the Redskins, 22-21; Bengals beat the Falcons, 34-10.
Last regular season meeting: November 6, 2011 — Bengals 24, Titans 17
Titans-Bengals series: Titans lead, 39-32-1.
Total points: Titans 1,694, Bengals 1,701.
What to expect from the Titans: Quarterback Jake Locker and the starters are expected to play roughly 30 snaps before former Bengals quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and the rest of the team’s back-ups begin entering the contest. After being conservative throwing the ball last week, the Titans are expected to throw the ball downfield more against the Bengals. The Titans will continue to evaluate players battling for roster spots, as Fernando Velasco gets the first crack at center while Tommie Campbell starts at cornerback.
What to expect from the Bengals: After playing two series in the preseason opener, the Bengals starters are expected to three or four series against the Titans. Quarterback Andy Dalton will start before giving way to Josh Johnson. Cincinnati’s second- and third-team players performed well and opened up a second half lead in the preseason opener against the Falcons last week. Former Titans cornerback Pacman Jones will face his old club for the first time.
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Source: Titans Insider
I believe the last meeting we had with the Bengals at home is what caused us to miss out on the playoffs.