Titans hope pass pressure stalls hot Saints

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The New Orleans Saints are coming off a 52-point performance that produced 608 net yards of offense.

The Tennessee Titans are a defensive football team that will set out to make sure New Orleans doesn't pick up where it left off.

"I hope it's like a golfer who goes out and shoots a 60 or a 59, it's hard for him to break 70 the next time," Titans defensive coordinator Ray Horton said. "I don't know if Drew [Brees] golfs, I hope he does and I hope he has that kind of feeling.

"It's hard to reproduce that. Obviously it's different style, different week, different calls."

The New York Giants, the opponent in the Saints' 52-49 win last Sunday, didn't sack Brees and only hit him only three times according the game statisticians.

"We are obligated to make it different," Titans defensive lineman Jurrell Casey said. "When they get on a role like that, especially with the mindset of a game they should win, you've got to come out on fire against them. Get them off their rhythm, get them off their game plan as soon as possible, make them think, 'OK, they're coming to fight today ...'

"Games that have been tight for them, games they've lost are when guys were getting after their quarterback. We've got rushers who can do it."