The Titans started their 2013 season on a high note, winning three of their first four games. Their playoff hopes dwindled quickly, though, as the team won just four games the rest of the way to finish with a record of 7-9. The downfall coincided with yet another injury-riddled season for quarterback Jake Locker, as he missed a total of nine games. The losing record was coach Mike Munchak's second straight and he was fired during the offseason after three years of helming Tennessee without a playoff appearance to his credit.
Replacing him is Ken Whisenhunt, an offensive-minded coach who was hired to help spark an attack that finished in the league's bottom half in total offense each year under Munchak's tutelage. Though the Titans lost two playmakers in Chris Johnson and Kenny Britt this offseason, Whisenhunt – who worked as the Chargers offensive coordinator last year – still has young talent to work with in wideouts Kendall Wright a
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