Tennessee Titans: Five Things to Watch for This Saturday Against the Seahawks
This weekend , Tennessee Titans fans will finally get to see their team play for the first time since the beginning of January.
Hasselbeck vs Locker: Round 1
This game will prove vital in head coach Mike Munchak deciding who will start at quarterback this season. While Locker may not get many repetitions with the first team in this game, his accuracy and execution will still be evaluated in the same way that Hasselbeck's will.
Whoever fares better certainly will get a sizable advantage in determining who will start in the regular season.
Is CJ2K back?
In training camp, NFL Network reporter Ian Rapoport said that Chris Johnson looked like the "Chris Johnson of old," referring to his 2009 campaign where he ran for over 2,000 yards.
We'll find out quickly on Saturday if Johnson really is back to his old ways. Without the distraction of contract issues and having bulked up in the offseason, Johnson may be primed for another huge season.
How Will Kendall Wright Fare?
Kendall Wright should play Saturday against Seattle. When and how much he'll play are two different stories. Wright is unofficially the No. 4 receiver behind Nate Washington, Damian Williams and Lavelle Hawkins, meaning he should get reps with both Hasselbeck and Locker.
He did have an injury scare last Sunday, but should be fine in his regulated game with the team.
The Battle for the Center Position
Offensive lineman play is often overlooked, especially in preseason, but with Eugene Amano out for the season after tearing his triceps muscle in training camp, the battle for the center position between Fernando Velasco and Kevin Matthews is definitely one worth noting.
How Will the Secondary Fare Without Finnegan?
Cortland Finnegan is gone, meaning the cornerback position is in the hands of Jason McCourty and Alterraun Verner. How the secondary as a whole fares without Finnegan will definitely be noticed at least in the first quarter.
Look for Ryan Mouton, Chris Hawkins, Tommie Campbell and Coty Sensabaugh to continue the battle for the nickel back spot, and also look to see how Verner fares as a starting cornerback.
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