NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Was it the Titans finding a way to win or the Jets finding a way to lose? At the end of a 26-22 win for the home team at Nissan Stadium, it was probably equal doses of both, but Tennessee got to go home feeling relieved and knowing it’s still technically alive in the AFC playoff hunt.

At 6-6, the Titans are 10th in the AFC when they need to be sixth for the final playoff spot. They are behind 6-6 Denver in conference record, 6-6 Indianapolis in head-to-head result and conference record, 6-6 Miami in head-to-head and conference record and 7-5 Baltimore in head-to-head and conference record.DavisJets

But it’s a lot better than 5-7 with a loss to the woeful Jets and Dec. 2 assurances that they couldn’t top the 9-7 of the last two seasons.

My biggest takeaways from the win over New York.

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