[to top of second column]
"I have confidence that whatever guys are doing on this thing that need to improve that they're going to do. I believe in every one of them, so I think that we all have room for improvement. That's what we're doing this week," Collins said.
Fullback Ahmard Hall is among those who had trouble holding onto the ball in the snow at New England. He fumbled after picking up a first down, and he said he can't point at one area to blame the 0-6 start on.
"It's just a lot of things that we're doing wrong, and we're just trying to correct them this week," he said.
The Titans wore shorts coming off the field Wednesday. They also worked Tuesday and will practice Thursday. Typically under Fisher, that would be the last session before being given a long weekend off for the bye. Whether Fisher sticks to that or brings his Titans back for more work Friday, the coach isn't saying. He's taking it one day at a time.
"There's a fine line between working harder and pressing and panicking," Fisher said. "You have to deal with the little things and you can't let them get big, and then you've got to minimize the big things."
Copyright 2009 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
< Sports index
Back to top
News | Sports | Business | Rural Review | Teaching & Learning | Home and Family | Tourism | Obituaries
Law & Courts |
Spiritual Life |
Health & Fitness |
Calendar | Letters to the Editor