NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee coach Mike Munchak's pitch to the Titans is that they can be the team making a late run right into the playoffs in their final six games.
Munchak challenged his team Monday when the regular season does end to have at least made a run.
The Titans (4-6) returned to work Monday morning after a 6-day break for their bye with meetings and studying film of 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 offense and the run game.
Cornerback Alterraun Verner calls it a 6-game playoff before the playoffs.
The Titans visit Jacksonville (1-9) on Sunday.
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