NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The unpredictable NFL left multiple scenarios out there for the Titans with two weeks left.

The Jets made things a lot clearer by beating the Steelers.

Now, if Tennessee gets to 9-7 for the fourth consecutive season with a win in Houston in Week 17, they’ll be the sixth seed in the AFC playoffs. If the Titans lose to the Texans and finish 8-8, they’ll be finished.

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“Early wild-card round,” Kenny Vaccaro said.

It’s the third consecutive regular-season finale for Tennessee that’s a win-and-in game.

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