Ben Greene (7-2)
Indianapolis Colts 33
Tennessee Titans 20
The importance of this game can not be understated. Even though it is only Week 11, Tennessee’s playoff hopes will likely rest on the outcome of this game.
If the Titans were healthy and hitting their midseason form, I would expect them to win this game. However, the offense is plagued with injuries and the team looked worse on Sunday than it has all season, so this all-important game is looking pretty bleak.
With Fitzpatrick running the offense yet again, Tennessee’s hopes will rest on Chris Johnson. The hit-or-miss running back will need to take advantage of a defense ranked 24th in both rushing yards allowed and yards per rush. However, judging by the rushing attack’s poor performance against a Jacksonville team that is dead last in rushing yards allowed last week, I’m not holding my breath.
(Titans 0, Colts 1)