There are three reasons why the Tennessee Titans’ bye week could not have come at a more perfect time.
After the Tennessee Titans stunned the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 10 with a 35-32 victory at Nissan Stadium, the bye week comes at a perfect time.
Last Sunday was an emotional roller coaster for all of us, but especially the players. One minute the Titans looked like they were going to blow the game, and the next minute we were all celebrating what was nothing short of an incredible victory.
After 10 games, the Titans sit at 5-5 and are now firmly in the mix to make the playoffs. Of course, the Titans playing beyond December will greatly depend on how they finish the last six games of the 2019 season.
The road to the playoffs won’t be an easy win, as the Titans have multiple games with division foes on tap, and a matchup with one of the NFL’s elite, the New Orleans Saints, mixed in.
It has been a bumpy road to this point, but none of that matters now. The Titans have a legit shot to earn their way into the playoffs and have to start taking care of business in Week 12 against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Before that happens, the Titans are on a bye, and there are reasons why it could not have come at a better time for this team.