Broncos vs. Titans: Two More with MHR

NASHVILLE TN - OCTOBER 03: Tony Brown #97 of the Tennessee Titans pressures quarterback Kyle Orton #8 of the Denver Broncos during the first half at LP Field on October 3 2010 in Nashville Tennessee. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

Here are the final two questions I asked John Bena of MHR with his answers:

4. Give us some early impressions of Von Miller.

Von Miller is going to be a stud. No doubt about it. He is already much further along playing linebacker in the NFL than I thought he would be, and he has yet to take advantage of playing across from Elvis Dumervil (Doom will miss Sunday's game, too). Miller is just that special type of player that can seemingly hit the ground running at every level.

What do you expect from the game Sunday?

Tough, physical, even chippy at times. Typical Titans football, and the type of football the Broncos are trying to play. I think there will be some underlying emotion from the game last year - not only due to the Kyle Orton-Cortland Finnegan saga but because of the way the game came down. Both teams know they can't lose a game like this if they want to surprise anyone in 2011. I expect it to play out like the first two games for the Broncos - close and the team that can make the plays in the 4th quarter will win.

Thanks to John for taking the time to answer these questions.

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