the fact of the matter is we are a good team that is playing bad. Make no mistake the losses are SQUARELY on the shoulders of the Titans themselves. As we hear them say over and over again, "we dug ourselves a hole, now we must dig out of it." That statement is true to the point. Like it or not for the next 5 - 7 weeks its do or die for the Titans. I say 5 - 7 weeks because by then we will be able to see where the AFC and more importantly the AFC South stands. From my couch on Sunday afternoons the most disappointing thing is I walk away from each game feeling the Titans are the better team. Better said, the team that should have won the game. Mistakes occurring at the WORST possible times are killing this team. On a positive note, they are fundamental mistakes that seem to be easily correctable. The bottom line is the Titans need to win a ballgame. The Titans need to win this week against the Jags. I don't care what anyone says you will NEVER recover from an 0 - 4 start. In the NFL it doesn't happen. I don't place the blame on Mouton for the Jets loss, that one goes on Fisher. He makes the decisions who returns kicks and he should have learned from last week let alone the fumble on the first kickoff return. Mouton looks scared. After the first fumble he was set up for failure. Fisher wears this one because the Titans were up 17 - 14 before the punt and were dominating the game. There is no question if Mouton handles the punt Titans win. The fact of the matter is that's all over now. Win this week or the seasons over. Get a win this week and the Titans must go 2 - 0 to get to the by week at 3 - 3. After the by the Titans need to go at least 7 - 3 the rest of the way to have a chance (that would be 10 - 6). It's difficult, but possible. This team won 10 in a row last year. We will know more after this week. Like it or not the Jags game is the season, at least until the next week notwithstanding we win.