NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Well, it's the weekend, but it's still going to be an awfully long wait for Colts-Titans on Sunday Night Football.

Hopefully, it's one of those memorable nights written into Nashville sporting lore, with a packed stadium witnessing a classic we'll always remember.

Let's start off with Friday night's Periscope.

Now onto your questions.

PK: Of course anything can happen.

If they beat the Colts, the most likely scenario would send them to Houston next week. And that would mean a rematch against a team they lost badly to six weeks earlier, though they also beat the Texans in Week 2, well before Houston found its footing. They’d certainly have a chance in a division matchup.LuckWoodyardIndy

As it stands now, a win there would send them to Kansas City. They beat the Chief there in the first round last year. Andy Reid is a bad playoff coach, but we haven’t seen how he does with Patrick Mahomes as his quarterback. Two road wins by a team missing Delanie Walker, Jurrell Casey, Logan Ryan and Jonnu Smith would be a heck of an accomplishment and one that is hard for me to see.

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