Ken Whisenhunt has admitted that the Tennessee Titans' defeat to the Jacksonville Jaguars was a "disappointing loss" for the team.
The Jaguars came from behind to beat the Titans 21-13 last night, leaving the Titans at the bottom of the AFC South with a 2-13 record this season.
The head coach told reporters: "Obviously, it was a disappointing loss for us. I thought we played well. There are a few things you worry about on a short week, especially on the road with how you start and it couldn't have started much better for us.
"Defensively, we did a nice job on them until the last drive of the first half. A lot of people ask 'Why do you defer kicks?' What they did scoring going in and scoring coming out on the first drive that was the turning point of the game. We didn't do a good enough job of stopping them. Obviously, the big play after we went for it on fourth down hurt us. We have to convert those. It was a disappointing loss.
"We needed to win some matchups tonight and we didn't do it when we needed to. I don't know if it's a function of a short week on the road. I think tonight was about mistakes we made more than anything else."
Tennessee will host the Colts in their final game of the season next Sunday.