Denver Broncos quarterback Kyle Orton isn't the only one taking shots at the Tennessee Titans for playing dirty. Denver head coach Josh McDaniels blamed Tennessee coach Jeff Fisher on Monday for not being more disciplined.
"I was proud of our team because we knew that was the kind of game it was going to be," McDaniels told the Denver Post. "You can put any tape you want to of Tennessee and there's going to be 10 penalties. You either coach it or you allow it to happen. That's how I look at that."
McDaniels credited his team for not getting baited into "a big unsportsmanlike game" and said there is a way to play aggressive and physical without "playing dirty after the snap."
Orton slammed the Titans defense, particularly cornerback Cortland Finnegan, after the game on Sunday for "cheap" play.
"We play aggressive -- we don't play cheap," Fisher said. "If there are things after the whistle or during the play, players are fined for them. But we're not a cheap football team. I don't know what he's referring to."
The Titans lead the league in personal fouls with six, and have been fined more than any other team.