Quick Take: Packers (4-3) at Titans (7-0)

Last meeting
The Titans used 148 yards and two touchdowns from running back Chris Brown to defeat the Packers, 48-27, in 2004.

The Titans have won their last two meetings with the Packers to take the lead in the overall series, 5-4.

Last week
Tennesse remained the only undefeated team in the NFL with a 31-21 win over Indianapolis on Monday night. ... The Packers had a bye.

Keep your eye on ...
Primary secondaries: The Titans lead the AFC with 12 interceptions. The Packers lead the NFC with 13 interceptions. Not only are both teams good at taking the ball away, but their pass defenses overall land in the league's top 10 -- Tennessee (185.3) at No. 4, Green Bay (186.0 yards per game) at No. 6.

Blackmon's return: Green Bay's Will Blackmon is one of the best returners in the league and has already brought one punt back for a touchdown this season. If there is one weakness the 7-0 Titans have it is in their punt coverage, where they have allowed 11.8 yards per return.

Bo knows receiving:Titans tight end Bo Scaife has emerged this season into Kerry Collins' favorite target. He leads the team with 28 receptions and has shown nice hands by making several difficult catches in traffic.

Did you know?
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers has had a passer rating of at least 100 for three straight games. ... When Green Bay RB Ryan Grant gets at least 19 carries, the Packers are 8-0. ... Titans RB LenDale White leads the league with 10 rushing touchdowns.

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