NASHVILLE, Tenn. (KTTC-DT/AP) -- The Tennessee Titans don't feel like they took a chance claiming Randy Moss off the waiver wire.
Coach Jeff Fisher says they did their due diligence and are confident the move will translate into wins -- maybe even the missing piece that could deliver owner Bud Adams and Fisher their missing Super Bowl.
Fisher, the NFL's longest-tenured coach, is known as a player's coach who holds his guys accountable. The Titans (5-3) are winning with a strong locker room hungry for the franchise's first playoff win since January 2004, which should keep Moss focused for their eight-game playoff push.
All reasons why, though no one else in the NFL wanted the 13-year veteran, the Titans feel Moss now is on the right team at the right time.