NASHVILLE, Tenn. – For as long as the Titans and Colts have been division rivals, Tennessee has had well-documented issues at receiver. And for nearly that long, the offensive line has needed work in Indianapolis.SharpeSmithPatriots

Sunday, when the two team’s square off at Lucas Oil Stadium, each will enter the game having dealt with a long-standing position of concern. I refer back to this story about long-lasting team gluts at specific positions as much as anything I’ve written. It’s a bewildering issue.

But as is often the case in the rivalry, it’s the Colts who have pulled ahead.

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