Titans Head Coach Jeff Fisher talks about this week match-up aganst the Jaguars.
Titans Might Get Lucky
Titans coach Jeff Fisher said his team isn't building a defensive game plan around either quarterback.
"Their offense is really not going to change," Fisher said. "If Garrard comes back, he's a little more mobile than Gray. But they're going to run the football, play-action pass and try to keep our offense off the field.
"From what we've heard, (Garrard) has not practiced full speed, and the high-ankle (sprain) can be ... difficult."
Jacksonville coach Jack Del Rio indicated there's a chance the Jaguars won't name a starter until Sunday.
The Titans have pummeled two second-stringers in recent weeks, sacking Oakland's Daunte Culpepper five times and Carolina's David Carr seven times in back-to-back wins.
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