Found January 18, 2013 on thepigskinreport.com:
Much like the Jaguars, it is hard to go through this objectively, because this club was a train wreck for most of the season. The fact that the Titans managed to achieve a total of six victories for the season should be looked at as an accomplishment  However, they took a big step back on their progress from 2011 and some expected head coach Mike Munchak to be let go.  Precisely where everything went wrong is what I’ll take a look at now. Offense To sum this one up quickly, when your team is 26th in the league in total yards and combined with a porous defense you aren’t putting yourself in a good spot to win some games. But this step back on offense was expected with a rookie quarterback taking the reins to start the season. Jake Locker was drafted to be the guy and the aging Matt Hasselbeck couldn’t hold him off during camp. With the team nowhere close to competing with the likes of Houston, they decided to go young and see what happened. When you make this transition before the r...
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