Tennessee Titans vs Indianapolis Colts.
Before Ryan Tannehill took the starting job, the Tennessee Titans were in the midst of a stretch where they won just two of their last 16 games against the Indianapolis Colts. Despite playing them twice a year, it had been a one-sided affair for nearly a decade.
However, since Tannehill has taken the starting job the Titans are 2-1 versus the Colts and he has yet to throw an interception against Tennessee’s long-time oppressors.
Even in the one loss that the Titans suffered versus their arch-rivals, that game was close until Tennessee was forced to field a backup long snapper and punter. After a blocked punt for a touchdown and several nearly blocked punts, the game mercifully ended even though the story wasn’t over.
The other shoe dropped two weeks later when Tannehill and the Titans went to Indianapolis and put up 45 points on the Colts in a game that ultimately made the difference in earning Tennessee their first AFC South title since 2008.
At this point, the fear of the Colts is gone and now it seems like they are the team in the AFC South without a plan. Their hopes now hinge on Carson Wentz remembering how to be a good quarterback despite leading the league in interceptions last year…even though he only played in 12 games.