(NEW YORK) — At 5-8, the Tennessee Titans’ season is slowly unraveling under head coach Mike Munchak. Despite increased criticism, Munchak is not worried about his job security.
“We have three games to go. We have a lot of football to play, so that is not a concern right now,” Munchak said.
“Once we play our last game, we’ll have an opportunity to speak on how we go forward as a football team like I did last year and the year before that,” he continued. “I’ve had the same discussion when the season ends and I’m assuming I’ll have that same discussion when the season ends.”
The Titans started out 3-1 this season and looked primed to compete in the AFC South. But the team went on to lose seven of their next nine games and are out of playoff contention.
With Munchak’s contract up after the 2014 season, his future with the team is anything but set in stone.
Overall, the Titans have gone 25-20 under Munchak.
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Eliott C. McLaughlin, CNN Newswire