I know its always hard to accept a loss, especially after you probably should have won. But if after losing to a 6-0 & 5-1 team you think change is coming, you may want to read this. The spread last week vs Kansas City was 3-points in their favor, and this week vs Seattle was 13.5 points in the Seahawks favor, to most people around football we were suppose to lose these last 2 games. After starting 3-1 and falling to 3-3 (.500) Titan fans seem to be in an all too familiar place, and seem to want the coaches gone, the back-up QB gone, the $10M RB gone, and the Center gone, and while those are the obvious issues, making a change wont fix much, in fact, it could set us back. At 3-3 in October you don't fire anyone. The plan is and always has been to feature a bigger RB to spell Chris Johnson, and until last week that was a good plan, but since then things have changed. Jackie Battle is showing his true colors (sorry scarecrow) and our back-up QB is showing why he's a back-up QB. If you were counting on these 2 guys to carry us, well IDK what to tell you, but keep reading. Next week we're back home at LP Field to host a 4-2 Niners team who are currently on a 2-game winning streak, and we dont want to do them any favors by changing our personnel. If you think Brian Schwenke is ready to start a game vs Justin Smith and Glenn Dorsey then you're mistaken, the rookie will get killed vs those guys. Rob Turner may have looked bad in Seattle, but who doesn't? He was facing a combined weight of 616lbs inside between McDaniel & Mebane, no one goes into Seattle and tosses those 2 around. We have to stay the course and believe in this group. We're expecting Shonn Greene back, and we've benched under performing Kenny Britt, so we are getting better in some funky kind of way. Jake Locker is still about 2-weeks away from returning, and to most fans we're lucky to even be 3-3 going into week-7. You dont change whats not broken, and maybe the O-Line is struggling, but look who theyre playing... Thru 6 games here's the defensive rankings of our opponents: PIT-6th, HOU-1st, SD-28th, NYJ-4th, KC-5th, SEA-2nd. It makes sense to believe that another week together will help smooth things out. After the bye week in 2 weeks we come back to football to face the Rams-22nd D, and the Jaguars-21st D, then the Colts-who's defesne still has to play tonight to know where they rank. Things will get better guys, trust me.