NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Now that the Tennessee Titans finally have the win they so desperately needed they get a couple of days to rest before trying to prove they've turned this season around.
Coach Mike Munchak said Friday that the Titans (2-4) still have plenty of challenges ahead, but that this win came at a very good time for his team to regroup.
The Titans have the weekend off after Thursday night's 26-23 win over Pittsburgh. They return Monday still with kinks to work out offensively and tackling issues on defense before visiting Buffalo on Oct. 21. Doctors will check Jake Locker's left, non-throwing shoulder Monday to see if he can return to practice.
If Locker isn't ready, then Matt Hasselbeck would start his third straight game.
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