Patriots Vs. Titans: John Glennon Helps Break Down Tennessee

Greg A. Bedard posted a question and answer section with John Glennon, one of two beat writers covering the Tennessee Titans for The Tennessean.

Glennon shared a bit of insight on who Patriots fans should look out for come Sunday afternoon.

When the Patriots have the ball, Pats fans might want to watch out for middle linebacker Colin McCarthy.

I suspect it might be second-year middle linebacker Colin McCarthy. He only started seven games last season, but still led the Titans with eight tackles for loss, and added two forced fumbles and two fumbles recovered. He led the NFL this preseason with three interceptions, returning one for a touchdown.

Glennon also thinks that quarterback Tom Brady could be picking on one of Tennessee's safeties.

Titans safety Robert Johnson is talented but inexperienced, having only played in three games -- primarily as a special teamer. He's likely to see a lot of action on Sunday, and I suspect the Patriots will try to get behind him on more than one occasion.

The article is well worth the quick read. Pats fans can check it out at Boston.com.

FFor more New England Patriots coverage, visit our team page and blog, Pats Pulpit.

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