NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Mike Munchak has talked often about the Tennessee Titans turning LP Field back into a true home-field advantage since taking over as head coach.
One down, at least seven more to go.
Munchak said Thursday beating the Baltimore Ravens 26-13 in the home opener last week was a "great step" toward getting that mojo back. He's been telling the Titans how their stadium used to be one of the hardest places to visit in the NFL, but they didn't get to really experience that until the home opener with the fans standing and cheering.
The Titans coach also is telling his Titans (1-1) it's time now to focus on the Denver Broncos (1-1) as part of a stretch where they are playing five of seven at home in Nashville.
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