Titans hoping being home for stretch run helps salvage season

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The best thing the Tennessee Titans have going for them right now might be their

They finally get to stay home for five of the seven games remaining where the Titans have been a completely different team, even if it's still not enough to salvage this season.

(3-7) have lost three straight, five of their past six and set a Tennessee-era mark for consecutive road losses at nine. They haven't won away from Nashville in more than a year and lost their sixth straight road game this season,

Mike Vrabel, the AP NFL Coach of the Year for the 2021 season, said Monday he wishes they were winning.

"I’m not going to compromise the things that I believe that are going to help us win and about the details and about the little things and not letting those slide and doing my best to hold everybody accountable, including myself, as we go through this,” Vrabel said.

Vrabel had a winning record each of his first four seasons before a seven-game skid left the Titans at 7-10 for 2022.