NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams told The Tennessean he is "not too happy" with the team's performance and plans to evaluate Coach Jeff Fisher's contract at the end of the season.
The Titans got off to a 5-2 start before racking up a six-game losing streak, their second in two seasons.
They also are on the verge of missing the playoffs this year, which could be the fifth time in seven seasons.
Adams spoke on Friday after a 30-28 loss to the Colts the previous night.
He said he would take a number of things into consideration when evaluating Fisher's contract. They include injuries to quarterbacks Vince Young and Kerry Collins.
Fisher is in his 16th full season as head coach. He's under contract through 2011.
Fisher has said repeatedly that he hopes to finish his career at Tennessee.