As the Broncos showcased last night, it is a clear advantage if an offense can effectively manage the no huddle strategy. Overall, it's pretty obvious the fast pace style is the way to go these days. The Ravens have the talent on defense, but they were dragging some serious a$$ last night. What I wanted to point out was that I think the FO has well prepared to defend this style of offense with our last few drafts. The cornerstone players on our D our known for their speed and have proven their physicality also. Ayers, Brown, Casey and Martin are all above average speed players. When we make it to the playoffs, this will be the name of the game. Collapse the pocket ASAP and contain the speedster WRs and TEs. Any team will get tired if they are on the field all day. Stamina is much different than being fast. 3 and outs will need to be a priority, and the quick D should be able to accomplish that. I believe Loggains has prepared this offense to control the ToP this year, and keep the D fresh. Being Locker's former QB coach, I think he has done everything he can to get Locker to understand the importance of the small things - getting the ball out quick or get your a$$ out of the pocket. The 2013 Titans, IMO, will dominate the ToP and will have one of the best pass rushes in the league. The run D is still spotty, but if we can call the right plays at the right time, and Sammie Hill makes the leap - look out.