The Titans’ head coach said fans can affect New England’s offense that may go no-huddle at times.
“I think the crowd noise is going to be something our defense hopefully can take advantage of,” Munchak said. “When you have a team that may go no-huddle, the more we can add to that and make that uncomfortable for them at the line of scrimmage and maybe give the advantage to the defense in some way, that’s a huge plus.”
Munchak expects nothing less than full assistance from Titans fans at LP Field.
“That’s what you hope when you play at home. If we can play well, then you want that for four quarters,” Munchak said. “You want to put our team in a position where the fans can really be in this thing from start to finish, and they can feel like they really made a difference in the game. They’ve done that in the past, and hopefully we’ll get that on Sunday.”
Munchak said he’s expecting Titans fans to be excited and that “the opponent brings another level of excitement to the game besides opening day.”
“We’re excited about the team’s future this year, and everyone wants to kind of see how we’re going to come out of the box,” he said.
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