Reading the coverage of the Tennessee Titans ...
Six games in, the Titans have proven to be a way better team than they were last year. But what do they have to show for it, asks Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean. They are only a game better than the were at this stage in 2012.
To which I say: This game will restart a lot of the fan conversation about Mike Munchak’s job security. Which is a bit odd considering the broad expectations was they’d lose big. I’m almost more critical of them for losing close, because it’s easier to see how they could have pulled the upset.
If the offense can’t score a touchdown, the Titans are going to have a pretty tough time winning in the NFL, says David Climer of The Tennessean.
Kenny Britt, who played just two snaps, doesn't seem bothered by trade rumors, says Wyatt.
For all the good the Titans' defense did, it couldn’t contain running quarterback Russell Wilson well enough, says Climer.
The offense Tennessee spent all that money on isn’t doing its job, says Tom Gower of Total Titans.