SUMMARY: Regardless of who the Jags put behind center on Sunday, the Titans defense will take the same approach in stopping him. "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." David Garrard has returned to practice but backup Quinn Gray, who has played the last two games, took the majority of snaps. Quinn is less mobile than Garrard but has put up respectable numbers in his two starts. View full article What do you think about this story? post your comments below.