It's a good chance the Tennessee Titans would be even more frustrated by their offensive struggles if they were winless.
Still, things are bad enough with Titans 1-1 going into their home opener.
Receiver Kenny Britt sounded off on Twitter, saying this looks like his final season in Tennessee. He said Wednesday that he was just frustrated about the explanation the Titans gave for benching him briefly. Britt insists he wants to win, do his part and be with the Titans after this season.
The Titans need Britt, and all the other receivers on their roster.
Tennessee has thrown fewer passes than any team in the NFL through the first two games. The offense looks more like a throwback to the ground and pound days of the NFL than a unit suited for today's more pass-happy league.
The team's early reliance on the ground game was to allow Jake Locker to grow into his role as a starting quarterback with the Titans opening the season against two of the NFL's stingier defenses.
But Locker sa...