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After watching his team get blown out by the Bears, Titans owner Bud Adams ranted that Tennessee had been, among other things, “grossly outcoached.” Titans coach Mike Munchak says he got the message loud and clear. Munchak said he had a brief conversaShare Tweet
Bears fans drink Nashville bars dryyahoo.com Nov 5, 2012When the Chicago Bears routed the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, they were cheered on by scores of Bears fans at LP Field in Nashville. Orange and navy jerseys filled the stadium, and chants of "Let's Go Bears!" broke out several times throughout…Share Tweet
Titans assistant: “Everyone is scared” by Adams’ commentsTitans owner Bud Adams said his team was “grossly outcoached and outplayed” in their 51-20 loss to the Bears on Sunday and promised to make changes if things don’t improve over the final seven games of the season. “At this time, all aspects of theShare TweetWhat I think they’re thinking (or should be) at the headquarters of the Tennessee Titans this afternoon… Coach Mike Munchak gave a nice talk after the game about sticking together and the dangers of splitting off. The real dangers are with regard to oShare TweetDefensive lineman Shaun Smith fell off the radar after getting released by the Titans in August, but he’s returned to the screen on Monday. Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star reports that the former Chief is back in town after signing with the Chiefs.Share TweetIf you’re a Titans fan in search of a silver lining, here’s one (ignore the huge black cloud that just dropped 12 inches of rain on you). According to Terry McCormick of Titans Insider, second-year quarterback Jake Locker is nearly healed from a leftShare Tweetyahoo.com Nov 5, 2012It was a bad day for some NFL owners. Washington's Dan Snyder must be wondering what he signed up for after Mike Shanahan basically gave up on the season Sunday night, and Tennessee's Bud Adams left during the third quarter of the Titans' huge loss to t…Share TweetThe way the Bears throttled the Titans made it easy to find superlatives, but one performance stood out among the rest. Bears cornerback Charles Tillman forced four fumbles Sunday, giving him seven for the season, along with his two interceptions return…Share Tweettitansgab.com Nov 5, 2012The Titans knew heading into Sunday’s game the formula to beating the Bears was to be careful with the ball, and play physical. Sunday, they did neither, and it showed. The Bears defense forced five turnovers en route to a 51-20 drubbing of the Titans,Share TweetThe Titans won nine of 16 games in 2011. Through nine games in 2012, they’ve already lost six. Their most recent loss was the ugliest, a 51-20 Music City shellacking at the hands of the Bears. Owner Bud Adams isn’t happy. After the game, he gave tShare Tweet