NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Mike Munchak's job security depends on wins, and the only thing his Titans have done consistently this season is lose.
Munchak said Monday he hasn't talked in a couple weeks with owner Bud Adams, who put everyone on notice a month ago that he wanted improvement.
The Titans (4-9) blew a 20-7 halftime lead before losing 27-23 to Indianapolis, their fifth loss in six games. That eliminated them officially from playoff contention and clinched a second losing record in three seasons.
Now they have an extra day before hosting the New York Jets (6-7) on Monday night.
Munchak says winning out remains the goal. He insists he sees a team improving with the makings of something special even though the Titans have yet to prove it on the field.
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