When the Titans had their (3) 13-3 teams, their 12-4 team, 11-5 team and their 10-6 team, one thing that Williams and Schwartz did so well with the front seven was pressure. We averaged around 50 sacks per year combined from these teams. One of the things I noticed Fisher doing later in his tenure here was playing more nickel defense and only rushing four most often more than bringing blitz packages on first and second downs the way he use to years before. Reason being, he had the front four talent to apply pressure on their own. During the Redskin game last Thursday, the defense on the second Redskin scoring drive of the game looked horrible and exactly how we finished off from last year. There were times that the linebackers and secondary looked lost and confused. After we scored on CJ's long run, our next defensive series against Rex Grossman, we apply some old school pressure and got great results. For the vast majority of the game, Munchak kept it simple on defense obviously not giving too much away and just getting the team soaked into to the pre season. I think Fisher during his earlier years with fresh new young talent, like we have now, was really genius in building defensive confidence and bringing more blitz packages to help build great defensive momentum in the heart of those seasons, giving players more opportunity's to make plays. Williams should do exactly that, mentoring Grey as if it were 1999 all over again and with the speed of this era of Titan defense, would probably get huge results and prevent these young players from getting discouraged in games by being picked apart by seasoned quarterbacks they are going to face this year. Brady, Manning and Rodgers all thrive on timing in the pocket and maintaining a consistent rhythm picking apart defenses. Only and best way to prevent the best or any other under center on the opposing side is to disrupt that timing and rhythm, and the Tennessee Titans in years past were one of the best I doing this. I have heard that from Grey when he was hired that he was bringing back that old school havoc on the defense, but haven't really seen it the way it use to look. I'm hoping Williams for what he has always been known for, starts doing what he has always been good at more this year than ever. I think this would drastically help change games defensively, even if we gave up a big play here or there. I do have confidence in our cornerbacks isolated on the outside one on one.