Titans' skid now at 2 straight losses, 5 of last 6
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The Tennessee Titans have lost five of their last six games and are hoping to turn things around down the stretch with one simple message: The playoffs start now.
A franchise that last reached postseason in 2008 sees the remaining six games all as postseason contests. The Titans have lost two straight, including a 30-27 loss to Indianapolis on Thursday night that ended hopes of challenging for the AFC South title. Tennessee remains confident and point to four losses by seven points or less as a sign of how close the team is winning.
Coach Mike Munchak said Friday the Titans (4-6) know they're probably the only ones who believe they can do it.
The Titans start a three-game road trip Nov. 24 at Oakland.