Titans’ season goes from high to low after shutout at home

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After six games into the season, the Titans have already felt the highest of highs and the lowest of the lows. 

It’s crazy to think Tennessee has gone from taking down the reigning super bowl champs as time expired in overtime to where they are now. The team just experienced the first shutout in Nissan Stadium history.  

There was a bit of a demeanor change in each of those post-game locker rooms, but last night was fairly even-tempered considering. Mike Vrabel said staying consistent through wins and losses is key to surviving a long season. but it’s alright to be a little upset after that one. 

“You want them to be upset. You want them to be critical of their performance. I’m critical of how I got the team ready and how they performed,” said head coach Mike Vrabel. “As soon as we walk away from here, we’ll have to go back to getting ready for the Chargers.  I’m sure they’ll be licking their chops to get a piece of us right now. We’ll have to improve quickly.” 

The team admitted they were embarrassed after Sunday night, but no one was acting like all hope was lost because in fact, all hope is not lost.  

Despite everything that has happened, the Titans still lead the AFC south which means everything they want is still in front of them. 

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