NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – For the seventh time since 2013, the Tennessee Titans will try to string together back-to-back wins Sunday at Nissan Stadium.
The last time the Titans had a winning streak was to close out the season in 2013, beating division rivals Jacksonville and Houston.
Facing the 0-5 Cleveland Browns Sunday may be the best chance they’ll have all season to finally stack two wins on top of each other and give the fans something they desperately want– a win at Nissan Stadium.
While the players acknowledged the chance to win back-to-back games and give the fans a much needed victory in Nashville, all of that is on the back burner when it comes to beating Cleveland this weekend.
“I’ll be honest with you, the message here right now is win this game. It’s not about home, two in a row, fans, the Browns who’ve beaten us twice… I’s about we gotta win this football game, win this game, that’s all I’m gonna talk about,” said head coach Mike Mularkey.
“We’ve been in situations like this in the past and we’ve fallen short, so we definitely can’t underestimate our opponent. We respect them, they’ve definitely been in all there games to the last minute, so they’re definitely a capable NFL team and I respect them,” said player Derrick Morgan.
The Titans haven’t beaten the Browns since 2011, and the last time they played the Browns in Nashville they blew a 25-point lead to lose 29-28 under Ken Whisenhunt.