Last week the Tennessee Titans moved defensive coordinator Jerry Gray from the field to upstairs in the booth.
The result in a 51-20 home loss to Chicago was that Gray's defense allowed more points -- 37 -- than it had on average all season, as the Bears special teams and defense each kicked in a touchdown.
So much for a fresh perspective.
After a slight uptick in a period of a few weeks in the form of a 23-20 win over Pittsburgh and a 19-13 overtime loss at home to the Colts, the Titans' defense again is looking like a train wreck and the team continues to rank last in the NFL in scoring defense at 34.2 points per game.
With a 3-6 mark entering Sunday's game at surprising Miami (4-4), the season could really get away from the Titans with another loss as quarterback Jake Locker appears ready to make his first start in six weeks following a shoulder injury.
Whatever Locker might be able to do, he will need the defense to perform functionally, something the Titans' has rarely don...