Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 11/17/14
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The Tennessee Titans were hammered by the Green Bay Packers 55-7 on Sunday. There isn’t much to say after a game like that, and about the only thing a player can do is apologize. That’s exactly what Pro Bowl offensive lineman Michael Roos did. Disgusted. Embarrassed. Pissed. Not enough adjectives to describe how crappy that was. Apologies to Titans fans — Michael Roos (@MichaelRoos) December 23, 2012 Roos surprisingly received support from Titans fans who stood by the team despite the brutal loss. And even though his team got crushed, Roos maintained a decent sense of humor and even enjoyed a Jets joke someone else made on Twitter. The Titans are in a rebuilding year and letting 2011 first-round pick Jake Locker start at quarterback. He has 10 touchdowns and 11 interceptions while going 3-6 in his first season as a starter. Fans can endure a rebuilding process, but it’s difficult to see your team get blown out in games. Tennessee went 1-4 in its first five games and was outscored 140-44 in those losses. They had a disastrous 51-20 home loss to the Bears in Week 9, and now this 55-7 defeat. Owner Bud Adams put the team on notice last month and, after a loss like this, it wouldn’t be surprising to see him move forward with changes.
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