NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Colts the Titans will find waiting for them in Indianapolis are a far different team than the one the Titans beat at Nissan Stadium on Sept. 26.

The rematch has huge stakes.

A win and Tennessee would effectively have a four-game lead on Indianapolis in the standings – a record that’s three games better plus a head-to-head sweep that would lift them in a tie-breaker.

Bud Dupree (R) and Jeffery Simmons

Pool photo/ Donald Page, Tennessee Titans 

A loss and it would only be a one-game lead with a season split.

Here are three big factors looking toward Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium:

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