Wyche: Fallout of Garrard's release
"I don't think it will change a whole lot," Munchak said on WGFX-FM, according to The Tennessean. "We'll go back and find film on when (Luke) last played. It's been a while as far as the last time he started, but he played quite a bit in the preseason. But we know what they are going to do. They are going to come out and run that ball. I don't think there will be any secrets about what they are going to do on Sunday."
McCown, who's in his ninth NFL season, has played in 16 career games with seven starts. His last start came on Dec. 30, 2007, when he played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
McCown is a different breed of quarterback from Garrard, whose mobility always made him a threat to scramble out of the pocket. The Titans knew that. But they know little to nothing about McCown, which Munchak said has gotten the attention of his team.
"I think it makes them a little more nervous," Munchak said. "Hopefully they'll prepare a little bit more knowing maybe they're not as comfortable with this quarterback. ... I think maybe it will have us on our toes ready to go, knowing maybe they'll throw the ball a little more than they have in the past."