Titans spend bye week working to fix mistakes

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Overconfidence and arrogance are not problems for the Tennessee Titans. Just listen to them talk about their 5-0 start.

They sound more like worrywarts fretting over what needs work.

Linebacker Keith Bulluck says they are always trying to find ways to get better.

Defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth estimates the defense has played at only 75 percent of its potential.

The Titans have a bye week, and coach Jeff Fisher has given some of his veterans time to rest and others time to heal up before visiting Kansas City (1-4) on Oct. 19. Fisher wants to see longer plays offensively, better blocking, longer returns out of his special teams and improved tackling.

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