Are you someone you believe in stats or find them interesting? I find them interesting and love to look them up and find them and track them. However, it's not because I believe they mean anything to future games ... I just like to know the history of the matchups. Here is one I just found and thought it was interesting. Adrian Peterson has played the Titans D (outside pre-season games) only 1 time in his career. He rushed for only 80 yards and the Titans won by 13 points. However, AP did account for 14 of their 17 points (and he probably put them in position to kick for the other 3 points). I still feel like this is the formula to beat them 4 years later, though. 1) Get up early (we led 10-0 at the end of the first and 20-10 at the half and 23-10 going into the 4th). This will limit AP's touches and force them to throw more late in the game. 2)Hold AP under 80 yards. AP isn't as much of a scored threat, he hasn't scored a TD since Week 1. However, he has over 80 yards in their 3 win and under that in their 1 loss. In that loss, the Colts put them in situations in the 4th to stop their run game by making them call passes, AP only had 4 carries in the 4th. 3)Get off the field on 3rd down. We showed last week that we can hang with anyone when we get off the field on 3rd down, and then we showed late last week that we can look ugly as hell when we don't get off the field on 3rd down. If we keep their RBs out of the end zone and get an early lead, we can force the ball in the QBs hands in the 2nd half and I think Verner > any of the receivers all day long.