The Titans at least got to go into the offseason on a high note, winning two straight to close the year 7-9.
But now, coach Mike Munchak has to wait to see if he’ll have a chance to improve on it.
Munchak said he’d meet with Titans president Tommy Smith in the coming days to learn his future. But according to Jim Wyatt of the Tennesseean, Smith declined comment after Sunday’s win over the Texans.
“It was important to finish with two division wins like we did,” Munchak said. “It was a great way to finish at home. . . .
“I feel real good about this team and how we’ve grown as a team throughout the year. I don’t think we’re far off. You saw that with the way we played this year. We need a couple more guys to help us close out games and we’ll be in good shape. . . .
“We brought a lot of good players to this football team to help us and we need to add to that.”
The Titans spent aggressively in free agency, but injuries to quarterback jake Locker stalled any progress they had. Of course, that’s a regular thing, so there’s a decision to be made on quarterbacks in addition to coaches in the coming days.