Marvin Lewis has said that the Cincinnati Bengals will have to "play fundamentally sound" in order to beat the Tennessee Titans.
The AFC North side, who secured a win over the Atlanta Falcons last week, will play the AFC South team on Saturday evening.
The Bengals head coach told the team's website: "Looking at the Titans, the thing that will be great is that they are a very effective team running the football. They seem athletic, and they execute well in the offensive front group. They obviously have a great back, in Chris Johnson. Their quarterback will move and extend plays, so that will be great work for us.
"Looking at the defensive front group, it's a strong group, explosive and athletic. It'll be a great challenge for us. So we're looking forward to going out and having our guys play fundamentally sound and really go through and execute the things that are important to us.
"We'll push forward now, and we should gain some players back to practice, which would be good, as we move into this next pre-season game."
The Bengals have games against the Dallas Cowboys and Indianapolis Colts still to come this pre-season.