Earlier this week, we went into the Titans locker room and talked to OLB Derrick Morgan and CB Jason McCourty about Sunday’s game in Indy. The two of them, along with a handful of other Titans, told us how big this game really is.

As the standings sit, Tennessee (5-5) is currently in 2nd place behind the Texans (6-3). Indianapolis (4-5) is right behind the two-tone blue, and if the Colts were to win on Sunday, they would hold the tie break over the Titans. If Tennessee does something that they’ve been unable to do in the last 10 tries and win, Mike Mularkey’s club would be set up nicely in the division, with Houston traveling to Nashville in the season finale.

Titans take on Indianapolis at noon in Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday. Tennessee has yet to beat the Colts since they left the RCA Dome.

 

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