NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Chris Johnson succinctly sums up the Tennessee Titans' problems: Everybody is taking turns making mistakes.
His teammates pretty much agree.
Knowing the problem and fixing it is proving much tougher than the Titans (1-4) expected. They also have no time to dwell on how quickly this season has gone so wrong because the Pittsburgh Steelers (2-2) visit Thursday night.
The Titans can't hold onto the football offensively, the defense struggles to tackle and now discipline is becoming an issue with 10 penalties in a 30-7 loss at Minnesota.
Coach Mike Munchak said Monday he sees more talent than the group that went 9-7 last year. He says they are frustrated and know Thursday night is a big opportunity to change opinions with their play.
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