Andrew Luck out, Tennessee Titans have a huge opportunity


The Tennessee Titans got a much needed win yesterday to double their win total for the 2015 NFL season. Well, that win became a lot more important with this breaking news about the Indianapolis Colts.

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According to multiple reports including ESPN have said that Andrew Luck will miss 2-6 weeks with injuries including a lacerated kidney and a slight tear in an abdominal muscle. ESPN reported it like this:

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  • Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck will miss two to six weeks with with a laceration in one his kidneys and a partial tear of an abdominal muscle, the team announced Tuesday.

    The injuries, which occurred during the Colts win over the Denver Broncos on Sunday, should not require surgery.”

    Currently the Tennessee Titans are two wins behind the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC South, and now that they seem to realize what they are doing in terms of pass protection, this team has a big chance to make a push.

    Is this a playoff caliber team in a normal season? No, probably not, however this team will take any win it can get and the Tennessee Titans schedule actually isn’t that bad. The Titans get the Jacksonville Jaguars twice and play at home against the Oakland Raiders  in the next four weeks, which seem like winnable games based on the defenses that these teams have.

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    If the Tennessee Titans can manage to win those games, they will have five wins and would be theoretically be one game ahead of the Matt Hasselbeck-led Indianapolis Colts.

    The Titans also close out their season with a chance to beat teams they should have beaten before if not for clear coaching errors, in the Colts and the Houston Texans. If this team can manage seven or even six wins, there is a good chance that they could end up winning the AFC South, believe it or not.