Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
NASHVILLE -- The Titans' defensive line creates a pick-your-poison scenario. Usually, if the center slides to right tackle Albert Haynesworth, then the chip help comes on the other side from a tight end or running back goes to the other side. That would be to Jevon Kearse or Jacob Ford instead of Kyle Vanden Bosch.
But it's hard to imagine the Jaguars would leave left tackle Khalif Barnes, who struggled in the preseason, alone with the relentless KVB.
Beyond that, the Titans plan to complicate things by mixing up the line.
"I'm just moving Albert around, letting him rush different places, so we'll see what they do," defensive line coach Jim Washburn said. "And Jevon and Kyle and [starting left tackle] Tony Brown. I'm letting them play around a little bit, give some other people some things to think about. Against the Packers [in the preseason finale], the first four rushers we had, everybody lined up in different places.
"They liked it, it's sort of fun. It's not just a gimmick, it's a way to move people around and see what they do."
The Jaguars' ability to counter that movement could be a major key to this game.