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By TERESA M. WALKER
AP Sports Writer
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Mike Munchak's job security depends on wins, and the only thing his Titans have done consistently this season is lose.
Munchak said Monday he hasn't talked in a couple weeks with owner Bud Adams, who put everyone in the franchise on notice a month ago that he wanted improvement.
Munchak said the key will be the team's performance in the final three games. He believes Jake Locker and the other young players are starting to develop as they hoped, while receiver Kenny Britt just turned in his best performance since tearing his right ACL in September 2011.
The coach said they'll keep working hard and not worry about any consequences.
They have an extra day to prepare before hosting the Jets (6-7) on Monday night.
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