Quick Take: Browns (4-8) at Titans (11-1)

Last meeting
In Week 9 of 2005, the Browns used 116 yards from running back Reuben Droughns to defeat the visiting Titans, 20-10.

The Browns have won the last three meetings with the Titans and lead the overall series, 34-26.

Last week
The Titans used four rushing touchdowns -- two apiece from Chris Johnson and LenDale White -- to rout the Lions, 47-10, on Thanksgiving. ... The Browns couldn't take advantage of four Colts turnovers, losing 10-6 at home.

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Dorsey's start: With Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson out for the season, QB Ken Dorsey gets his first start since Week 12 of 2005. Dorsey's teams are 2-7 when he starts, making an uphill challenge even steeper for the Browns in Tennessee.

Tennessee's pressure: Expect the Titans to pin their ears back against the Browns. They have pressured opposing quarterbacks into an AFC-leading 17 interceptions this season. They should have a field day against the inexperienced and rusty Dorsey.

A healthy Vanden Bosch: A nagging groin injury has kept Titans DE Kyle Vanden Bosch out of the lineup for much of the season, and he left a number of games early due to the injury. But Vanden Bosch finished his second straight game last week, meaning he may have finally turned the corner. He's recorded 1.5 sacks in those two games.

Did you know?
Browns RB Jerome Harrison is averaging 6.2 yards in 72 carries this season. ... Titans RB LenDale White is tied for the NFL lead with 13 touchdowns. ... Titans LB Keith Bulluck is aiming for his 110th consecutive start.

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