With Jake Locker back, the Titans feel they are finally ready to start clicking offensively again.
The Tennessee quarterback said Wednesday he is feeling as good as he has since before hurting his right hip and knee. The Titans expect the offense to get back on track and coach Mike Munchak says Locker will be a big part of the improvement. Munchak is just excited to see Locker play 10 games in a row.
''He can get that rhythm going that we felt we were getting in on offense that kind of got stripped from us,'' Munchak said.
''And now we've got to get in it fast because we have to win some games. If he can do that this week and get some help from his buddies, we can get ourselves going here. That's what we need. He's going to be a big part of it, and he's going to need to play well for that to happen.''
The Titans (3-4) moved up a notch in the NFL rankings for total offense during their bye, though they remain among the league's worst at No. 27 overall averaging 311.6 yards per ga...