Of course, the Steelers won the Super Bowl last season, and they are basic and solid on offense. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's game-winning touchdown pass to Santonio Holmes was one of the great passes in Super Bowl history. However, the Steelers remain very much a power offense. Running backs Willie Parker and Rashard Mendenhall will anchor a hard-nosed attack.
Defensively, the Steelers remain one of the league's best. The unit posted 51 sacks last year, and Defensive Player of the Year James Harrison is tenacious.
As for the Titans, we all know that the team's offense flows through the running game. Running backs Chris Johnson and LenDale White are a formidable one-two punch. However, expect Johnson to get more of the workload Thursday. Fast, slashing runners tend to do better against
This is a tough opener for the Titans -- too tough. The Steelers will be on a high as they officially celebrate last season's championship with their fans. Plus, they are still mad because we stomped on their precious Terrible Towels in