Scout's take: How do Titans play after message about personnel?

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent 

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans enter this week at a "crossroads" against a division rival. That’s what Mike Vrabel said after the game last Sunday. It’s even more appropriate after what unfolded on Tuesday with the firing of general manager Jon Robinson.Nick Westbrook-Ikhine

Players usually aren’t concerned with employees in the front office, but the message owner Amy Adams Strunk sent can be interpreted in several different ways.

That can affect how the game is played moving forward.

Players pay attention when messages are sent and this was a clear message that the owner is not pleased with the talent that is on the field.

How they respond should be something to watch.

Pool photo: Nick Westbrook-Ikhine/ Tennesse Titans

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