Titans coach Mike Wrabel dabbling down after 0-2 start

Nashville, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee coach Mike Wrabel has two-time NFL Rushing Champion Derrick Henry, and the reigning AP NFL Coach of the Year is doubling down.

Yes, despite the Titans’ first 0-2 start in a decade and the biggest loss of their tenure in a 41-7 loss to Buffalo on Monday night.

Wrabel instead listened to a growing chorus of fans eager for draft failures after second-year offensive coordinator Todd Downing or even general manager John Robinson’s recent six straight winning seasons and three straight playoff berths. focusing on what his titans can do.

“This is not a time for sudden wholesale change,” Wrabel said Tuesday. “It’s about going back to basics and what we believe in, in which we’ve found success, and making sure everyone sees it the way I do.”

That means what the Titans are trying to do and trim it better. Vrubel said he wants to go back to basics and technique, making sure everyone understands what they are being asked to do.

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