Found June 03, 2013 on This Given Sunday:
Titans head coach Mike Munchak is heading into a do-or-die season with the Tennessee Titans. After last season's 6-10 finish, the Titans' top coach needs to put together a solid year, likely one that results in a playoff birth, to keep his job beyond the end of the 2013 season. With so much on the line, it actually makes sense that Munchak is working more with the offensive line in a hands on role. "I knew that once I had a good feel for what I was doing, we'd find a way where I could be more involved," Munchak told Yahoo! Sports' Teresa Walker. "I was still involved to some degree on the offensive side. I'm involved in the whole thing. Now I think I have the time to do it. ... It's kind of a good fit for all of us for me to be in a position where we felt I could help." Munchak is working with Bruce Matthews, the Titans' offensive line coach and close friend of Munchak, in an effort to solidify a suspect group. Munchak and Matt...
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