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Offensive Coordinator Chris Palmer wasn’t fired during the bye week instead the Tennessee Titans opted to wait for another embarrassing loss. Which leads me to believe that not only are the Titans stubborn but coach Mike Munchak may have leaned too much on experience of his coordinators. The Titans have needed to make a move for some time now.Not only do we not know the identity of the Titans, we don’t know what kind of coach Munchak really is. Outside of the front office, what we see on the field has been left up to the coordinators to design and execute. Munchak is now going to show us what he is made of as a coach.… Read more
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Mike Munchak has hired veteran coach Tom Moore to help the Tennessee Titans after firing offensive coordinator Chris Palmer and giving the job to Dowell Loggains.
Munchak says Thursday that the 32-year-old Loggains still will call the plays starting Sunday when the Titans (4-7) host Houston (10-1). But Loggains had been the quarterbacks coach, and Munchak says they needed more help...
(Updates. With AP Photos.) By TERESA M. WALKER AP Sports Writer Mike Munchak has made his biggest move yet as head coach of the Tennessee Titans.
He has put Tennessee's offense - and possibly his future - in the hands of 32-year-old quarterbacks coach Dowell Loggains.
Munchak fired offensive coordinator Chris Palmer on Monday night and gave the job to an assistant who will...
Titans coach Mike Munchak doesnt plan on a double whammy. He said he has no plans to shake things up on the defensive side of the football after firing offensive coordinator Chris Palmer on Monday night.
Defensive coordinator Jerry Grays unit is ranked 29th in total defense and 31st in scoring.
I am not planning on it, Munchak said. I dont see any changes on the defensive...
Titans middle linebacker Colin McCarthy suffered a concussion in Sundays loss to Jacksonville.
He didnt practice on Wednesday and Titans coach Mike Munchak said his status for Sunday will be determined by how he progresses the next couple of days.
Its one of those things where he seems to be getting better and seems to be fine, but I dont know how that will all work...
Chris Johnson didnt exactly say it, but it was easy to read between the lines when he talked about the change at offensive coordinator this week.
The three-time Pro Bowl running back isnt upset because the Titans fired Chris Palmer and promoted Dowell Loggains. Like a number of other offensive players, hes optimistic about what Loggains could bring to the game plan.
For years, Tom Moore and Peyton Manning picked apart the Tennessee Titans. Now, Manning is in Denver, and Moore is retired. He will remain retired, but according to Terry McCormick of the National Football Post, Moore has been brought in as an offensive consultant for the Titans, days after firing offensive coordinator Chris Palmer.
Former Colts OC Tom Moore has been brought in by...
Tennessee middle linebacker Colin McCarthy will not play Sunday against the Houston Texans due to a concussion.
McCarthy has not practiced since suffering a concussion in last week's loss at Jacksonville. He has missed four games previously this season with a high right ankle sprain hurt in the season opener against New England. Tim Shaw will replace McCarthy in the base defense...
Titans linebacker Colin McCarthy will miss his fifth game of the season this Sunday against the Texans, this time because of lingering issues with a concussion.
Titans Coach Mike Munchak said McCarthy hasnt progressed throughout the week like the team had hoped.
He is just not quite ready at this point, so we are better off just not playing (him), Munchak said.
Last week: 23 (-3)
Net points per drive: -0.77 (30th)
DVOA: -28.9% (29th)
Weighted DVOA: -28.8% (29th)
Tier 7: Terrible
CB Alterraun Verner: Allowed 2 catches for 26 yards on 7 attempts, 1 interception, 2 pass deflections, 4 solo tackles, 1 assist, 1 stop, 2 missed tackles
LOLB Zach Brown: 2 sacks on 8 blitzes, 4 solo tackles, 1 assist, 3 stops, 1 missed tackle...
Houston Texans (10-1) at Tennessee Titans (4-7)
Tennessee may be 4-7, which isn’t a terrible record, but they are a terrible team. Of their 7 losses, 5 have come by 21 or more points and only one of their wins came by more than a field goal. Because of this, they are -97 in points differential. Only Philadelphia, Oakland, Jacksonville, and Kansas City are worse. Going off of this...