Following a disappointing 6-10 season, there have been many questions surrounding the job of Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Munchak.
After starting off his head-coaching career by posting a 9-7 record in 2011, many people surrounding the organization viewed Munchak as an immediate success, as the team exceeded expectations in nearly every category.
However, as the 2012 season progressed and the Titans suffered blowout defeat after blowout defeat, the little favor he had garnered with the fanbase slowly slipped away, and calls for his head began to come after nearly every game.
Though it would not be surprising to see Titans owner Bud Adams give Munchak another season to right the ship, the possibility of Adams showing Munchak the door is certainly there.
Here are four candidates that Tennessee should strongly consider if they opt to move in a new direction.