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Munchak: No Personnel Changes After Lopsided Loss

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Mike Munchak is sticking both with his approach and his Tennessee Titans right now despite two ugly losses and a run game that remains the worst in the NFL. The Titans (3-3) turned in the most lopsided home loss since moving into LP Field in 1999 with a 41-7 loss to the Houston Texans on Sunday, and they were outplayed in every category. Munchak understands people want change or something to blame, but he said Monday he doesn't see any personnel changes yet. He says they in how they are working and teaching with a 3-1 start proof that the approach works. The Titans have been outscored 79-24 in the losses, and losing to Houston cost them the lead in the AFC South. Tennessee hosts Indianapolis this weekend. **Dumpster Fire.

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