Bernard Pollard is one of the best interviews in the Tennessee Titans locker room.
Never at a loss for words, Pollard is always ready to talk openly, saying what is on his mind and giving thorough, insightful answers in the process.
Tuesday was no different, as Pollard was asked to share his thoughts on a list of subjects, including Johnny Manziel's finger incident and renewing acquaintances with the Falcons following the scuffle that occurred during the two teams joint practice earlier this month at the Falcons training facility in Flowery Branch, Georgia.
"Our job is to battle every time we go out there," said Pollard. "What happened at their facility, if they want to hold a grudge or whatever, which I'm not saying they are, but I'm pretty sure that it will be brought up."
"They have a following from Hard Knocks so obviously they're (the fans) are going to be excited at their home," continued Pollard. "They get to come home and play and they have got some skill position players that are going to be really difficult to stop."
Pollard continued on, referring to the Titans circumstance in the preseason.
"Now we are in the game planning stage to try to be more like a regular season schedule,so we are going to have some things planned, somethings, not a lot so we got to go otu there and our thing is getting off the field on the first drive and not doing it on the second," continued Pollard. "We got to be good on the first.
Pollard also spoke about the potential panic of people after allowing touchdowns on both opening drives in the first two preseason games.
"Like I said yesterday, nobody is hitting the panic button," concluded Pollard. "It's a very new system for us all, we're all learning how to play through this thing together and like I continue to say this is street ball, this is preseason.