Titans' Fisher focused on stopping free fall

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- At least the Tennessee Titans now get a long weekend to rest and forget about football before trying to snap their six-game.

The questions about coach Jeff Fisher's job security are getting louder.

The Titans now have matched the six-game skid to open the 2009 season, and this latest slide has been a free fall to the bottom of the AFC South that Tennessee stood atop at 5-2.

They found their offense and the end zone once again, and the defense even showed up Thursday night against Indianapolis. But the Titans couldn't overcome early mistakes and came up short in a 30-28 loss.

Fisher said Friday he never concerns himself with questions about his future with the team. He's busy working hard trying to win a game.


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