It’s almost that time, as the NFL season comes to a close, to focus on the coaches hot seats. Among one of the hottest is that of Tennessee Titans head coach, Mike Munchak.
Once again, with high hopes coming in, the Titans will once again miss the playoffs, and they’ll look this week to get just their seventh win of the season when they take on the 2-14 Jacksonville Jaguars. Remember, though, one of those Jacksonville wins came at the expense of the Titans a few weeks ago. Being swept by one of the worst teams in the league may not go a long as as far as bringing Munchak back next season, the last of his current contract.
Still though, despite all of that, Munchak believes that while some things more than certainly need to be worked on, he and General Manager Ruston Webster should be at least close to the same page when it comes to 2014:
“I think there would be a discussion on ‘Does he see it the same way I do?’ ” said Munchak, whose contract runs through 2014. “I am sure not everything would be on the same page, but that’s pretty much impossible on trying to figure out how to do it among coaches and players and other things you have to do. But I don’t know why we’d be far off.”
While it may seem that Munchak sees his future as somewhat positive in Tennessee, he’s also reportedly preparing for the worst as multiple reports have him already inquiring about a possible opening at Penn State, should Bill O’Brien leave for the NFL.