Tennessee Titans (4-2) AFC South vs Philadelphia Eagles (4-2) NFC East
Television: FOX Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston and Tony Siragusa
Venue: LP Field Nashville, TN
Surface: Natural Grass
Tennessee General Manager: Mike Reinfeldt
Owner: K.S. "Bud" Adams Jr.
Head Coach: Jeff Fisher
Offensive Coordinator: Mike Heimerdinger
Defensive Coordinator: Chuck Cecil
Head Coach: Andy Reid
Offensive Coordinator: Marty Mornhinweg
Defensive Coordinator: Sean McDermott
Philadelphia General Manager: Howie Roseman
Owner: Jeffrey Lurie
Titans 2010 Offensive Ranking: 26th (overall), 3T (rushing), 29th (passing)
Titans 2010 Defensive Rankings: 16th (overall), 8th (rushing), 23rd (passing)
Eagles 2010 Offensive Rankings: 4th (overall), 8th (rushing), 8th (passing)
Eagles 2010 Defensive Rankings: 11th (overall), 22nd (rushing), 9th (passing)
Head Referee: Ed "Gun Show" Hochuli
Head Linesman: Mark Hittner
Chris Johnson has 20 career 100-yard rushing games and four this season.
CJ has 30 career rushing touchdowns, and has supplanted Lorenzo White for fourth place on the team's all-time rushing touchdown list.
Johnson needs 170 rushing yards to become the fourth player in franchise history to reach 4,000 career rushing yards, joining Eddie George, Earl Campbell and Lorenzo White.
With an interception on Sunday, safety Michael Griffin will become the seventh player in franchise history with an interception in four consecutive games.
K Rob Bironas has a current streak of 16 consecutive games with at least one field goal, the second-longest streak in team history. He holds the club record for a FG in 19 consecutive games from 2006-07.
Jeff Fisher's Record vs Eagles is 3-0. Fisher has coached 252 regular season games as the head coach of the Oilers/Titans. Putting him just seven games shy of breaking Bud Grant's record of 259 with the Minnesota Vikings.
Jeff Fisher and Andy Reid are the longest tenured head coaches in the league with their teams.
Last time these teams met was on Nov. 19, 2006 in Philadelphia. Titans RB Travis Henry broke away on the first series in the 2nd half for a 70-yard touchdown, a career long, and after a Philadelphia failed first down Adam Pacman Jones took the punt 90-yards for a touchdown, which was the longest punt return in franchise history. Randy Starks sealed the victory in the fourth quarter when he recovered a fumble and pitched it to Keith Bulluck who ran it into the end zone for 31-13 Titans victory.
Last time these teams met in Nashville was in September of 2002, in the season opener. The Titans rallied from 14 back to score 17 unanswered points and beat the Eagles 27-24. Steve McNair threw for 269 yards and two touchdowns, and Eddie George had the game-winning two-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.
Wide receiver Kenny Britt has four consecutive touchdown reception games, which is the first time in his career that has happened. He now has joined 8 others who have accomplished that feat in franchise history. If Britt can record a touchdown for the fifth consecutive game on Sunday, he would join Bill Groman (8 in 1961) and Chris Sanders[/b[ (5 in 1995), as the only players in franchise history to accomplish that feat. Britt needs 90 receiving yards to reach 1,000 career receiving yards.
Vince Young is 30-15 as a starting quarterback in the regular season. With his victory on Monday, Young became the fifth quarterback in franchise history to record 30 regular season wins. He joined Steve McNair, Warren Moon, George Blanda and Dan Pastorini.
The Titans have won 11 consecutive games against NFC teams. The last loss was on October 14, 2007, at Tampa Bay, where the Titans lost 13-10 to the Buccaneers. The current streak is a franchise record and the longest current interconference winning streak in the NFL.
[b]Kerry Collins record as a starter is 79-91.
Jeff Fisher began his coaching career in 1986 as Philadelphia's defensive backs coach for Buddy Ryan. In 1988, he became the NFL's youngest defensive coordinator with the Eagles where he stayed until 1990.
Defensive end Jason Babin played in 12 games for Philadelphia last year with 20 tackles and 2.5 sacks.
Linebacker Will Witherspoon started 10 games for the Eagles in 2009, registering 68 tackles, 1-sack and 1-interception.
Eagles defensive end Juqua Parker was originally signed by the Titans as a rookie undrafted free agent in 2001 and played in Tennessee for four seasons totalling five sacks.