Black Monday was bad enough, but Tennesee Titans head coach Mike Munchak couldn't avoid the ax coming down from the Titans brass. Munchak compiled a three-season total record of 22-26 and did not take the team to the playoffs at all in his three seasons as head coach.

Munchak finished with a 2-20 record against teams that have finished seasons with a winning record. General manager Ruston Webster made a statement on the team letting Munchak go:

"First I want to thank Mike Munchak for his professionalism through this process and thank him for his years of dedication to the Titans/Oilers organization. He is first-class and I wish him and his family nothing but the best.

That is essentially formal franchise talk for a firing, which is unfortunate for Munchak who probably took a deep breath on Monday when he wasn't let go on Black Monday. 

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[via Pro Football Talk]