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(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By TERESA M. WALKER AP Sports Writer Tennessee coach Mike Munchak's pitch to the Titans is that they can be the team making a late run into the playoffs in their final six games.
Munchak challenged his team Monday to have at least made a run by the time the regular season ends.
''It seems to happen every year in the league,'' Munchak said. ''This is our opportunity, our chance to be that team. That's how they have to believe it, that's how they have to work. ... It's up to you, if you want to have that kind of season and that kind of finish, or do you want to have the other kind, which I don't think any of us want.''
The Titans (4-6) returned to work Monday morning after a six-day break with meetings and film study. They broke down their own mistakes and strengths through the first 10 games. Munchak then put them through a practice touching on everything from scoring inside the 20, 2-minute offens...
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