No shock here. CJ2K is the most dynamic running back in the league; an 80 yard play waiting to happen. Although it is tough, he can be stopped...just ask the Steelers. Pittsburgh set out to stop him (easier said than done), and limited him to just 34 yards on 16 carries. The Giants won't be able to replicate that performance, but if they can hold him to 100 yards, I'll consider it a victory.
2. Vince Young
With Johnson in check, the pressure fell on Vince Young. Although he went 7/10, two of his three incompletions were interceptions, and he fumbled twice. He was benched before he got a chance to redeem himself, but he'll be starting on Sunday with something to prove. The Giants need to get pressure from their front four, and they actually need to wrap up Young this time. Paging Mathias Kiwanuka: you actually need to wrap up Young this time.
3. Cortland Finnegan
Finnegan has had five interceptions in each of the past two years, and has developed into one of the best corner backs in the league. Overall, the Titans' pass defense has been the best in the league, allowing only 171 yards per game. But take that with a giant grain of salt: their two games have been against the Raiders and the Charlie Batch-led Steelers. This is a defense that can be passed on; they were the second worst pass defense in the league last year. So while I'm definitely not saying the Giants shouldn't air it out, Eli should take notice of where the Titan's defensive playmaker is on the field at all times. And if he does throw Finnegan's way, Eli needs to make sure to keep the ball on target and not leave his receivers exposed, as Finnegan is one of the game's dirtiest players.