It's difficult to give the Tennessee Titans high grades after a season in which the offense struggled to put points on the board and the defense allowed a franchise-high in points. The Titans were eliminated from playoff contention long before the final week of the season.
There were more lowlights than highlights for the Tennessee Titans in 2012. A record-setting afternoon against the Lions in Week 3 and three touchdown runs of 80 yards or more by Chris Johnson serve as some of the top moments of the year.
Tennessee Titans coach Mike Munchak's job could be on the line when his team closes the season on Sunday vs. the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Titans are 0-5 this season against AFC South divisional opponents. QB Jake Locker will play behind a makeshift offensive line that will have its fifth different starting lineup in 2012. Tennessee has lost four of its last five games.