Titans vs. Seahawks: Three Things to Watch on Defense Review

Aug 11, 2012; Seattle, WA, USA; NFL: Overall view of CenturyLink Field during the second half of a game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Tennessee Titans. Seattle defeated Tennessee, 27-17. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-US PRESSWIRE

On Saturday morning I posted three things to watch on defense for the Titans preseason opener against the Seahawks. Click through the jump for a review of how those three things played out in the game.

1. How does Derrick Morgan look?

The WKRN broadcast listed Morgan as a starter even though he didn't start the game. Morgan was in the backfield a couple of times early in the game. Hopefully he will build on that.

2. Can Tommie Campbell lock down the third corner spot?

Campbell definitely didn't lock down the third corner spot in this game. He let Braylon Edwards catch a jump ball on him in the end zone that Campbell has to find a way to break up. That play did, however, bring the funniest line of the night from Keith Bulluck when he said, "Braylon Edwards has been on the back of a milk carton for the past three years."

3. Mike Martin.

Martin did not start the game, but when he was in there you got a glimpse of the disruptive force he can be. He also had one of the more memorable plays of the game when he was in pursuit of the ball carrier without his helmet on. I stand by my prediction that he will be a starter for this team.

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