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Despite lack of flair, Titans winning when it matters most
Published in 9-1-2018
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Go ahead and pick against the Tennessee Titans. Count them out against the New England Patriots or call them the ugliest team left in the NFL playoffs. A franchise only two years removed from the NFL's worst record over a two-season stretch cares only about winning. "Our guys kind of like that role," Titans coach Mike Mularkey said of being underdogs. "Again, this is not a flashy team. It's not sexy. It's just a blue collar, come to work, see what happens when you do and see … everybody compete for 60 minutes, see what the outcome is going to come. Don't worry about predictors. That's their job. We have a job to do." The Titans (10-7) went 5-27 between 2014 and 2015, costing Ken Whisenhunt his job after 23 games.