The Tennessee Titans’ Super Bowl aspirations have faded quickly after the team has looked like a pretender following three losses in its last four games. What once looked like a promising 5-0 start has morphed into a depressing 6-3 mark that has left little to no room for optimism.
A stretch like that, which is the result of failures in all three phases, should lead to some changes, whether big or small. Of course, one potential move that has been argued for in Titans circles is to fire special teams coordinator, Craig Aukerman.
While his seat should no doubt be hot at the very least with the special teams unit playing horribly all around, we just don’t see head coach Mike Vrabel making the switch, as he’s often loyal to a fault.
Adding to that, it’s doubtful firing Aukerman will have that much of an impact anyway because two-thirds of the issue on special teams is performance-based.
As a result of both of those factors, we’re not going to list that move here, even though it probably should happen.
So, if no coaching changes are coming, that means moves will have to be made on the players side in order to shake things up with the intention of getting better results.
Here’s a look at six changes the Titans should make for the Week 11 contest against the Baltimore Ravens.