Tennessee Titans game-by-game predictions for 2021 NFL season

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. 12 PM CST. . October 31st, 2021. 23. 27. 35. 46

Tennessee Titans versus Indianapolis Colts, Week 8

Allow us to clear something up for you if you haven’t figured this out for yourself. You may not believe this now, but the 2021 regular season will tell the tale. The Indianapolis Colts aren’t any better with Carson Wentz than they were with Philip Rivers. That is a fact.

Now, whether you agree with that or not, it’s the truth. You can be angry. You can say some nasty things on Twitter. That’s okay.

None of that changes the facts. No evidence proves Carson Wentz makes the Colts, a team that was a threat to make the playoffs without him, any better. Tennessee completes a season sweep of their rivals on Halloween albeit by a closer margin than when these two met earlier in the season. Titans overall record: 6-2 (3-0 versus the AFC South)

. 51. . 7:20 PM CST. 17. 35. November 7th, 2021. 27

Tennessee Titans versus Los Angeles Rams, Week 9

This one’s a road game in primetime, and if you’re like most Titans fans, you circled this one when the schedule was released. There are quite a few pundits that believe the Los Angeles Rams are a legitimate Super Bowl contender, and there’s a lot of evidence that supports that theory.

They’ve upgraded at quarterback. Sean McVay is a genius. That defense is otherwordly. Unfortunately, this one feels like a loss for Tennessee.

Derrick Henry will be solid, but Aaron Donald and the Rams defensive line will limit him to his lowest rushing total of the season while Jalen Ramsey and L.A.’s secondary will do just enough to short-circuit the Titans passing game. Titans overall record: 6-3 (3-0 versus the AFC South)