By TERESA M. WALKER
AP Sports Writer
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - At least the Tennessee Titans and coach Mike Munchak have one more game this season.
They sure need something to help erase their inept performance in Green Bay, and give owner Bud Adams reason to think Munchak really can turn around this franchise.
The Titans have lost 6 of 8, with the 55-7 loss to the Packers a new low in a painful season. Once again, they're last in points allowed (451), and now the franchise record for most points given up in a season is at risk Sunday against Jacksonville (2-13). The then-Houston Oilers yielded 460 points in 1983.
Munchak said Monday they don't want to end on that note and want to make it right.
A win Sunday will mean Tennessee's second 6-10 record in three seasons.
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