Nfl.com has this to say:
Injuries on the Tennessee side won't help its offensive output, but WR Derrick Mason always looks forward to facing the Browns. He registered 203 receiving yards and three scores against Cleveland in two games last year.
Um ... correct me if I'm wrong ... but that's about 100 yards a game and 1.5 touchdowns per game ... if those are his BIG GAMES I wouldn't hesitate to go with Deion Branch, who has been putting up decent numbers against much stronger secondaries. The only downside to Branch is wondering how much of the ball Troy Brown, David Patten, and Donald Hayes will see, not to mention Cameron Cleeland and the RBs catching passes out of the backfield. I can't help liking Branch, thought; he has star written all over him and will likely take over a starting spot at some point this year, especially since Patten's good hands skills are so much better suited for a 3rd down receiver role. KC is so bad that it's not inconceivable that New England will have three 100-yard receivers.