Titans at Colts: Scouting Preview With All You Need to Know

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans and Colts both come into Sunday’s divisional matchup at 2-2. 

Tennessee is a veteran team but has been inconsistent throughout the first quarter of the season. Veteran teams should be more established at this point in the season, and the hope is Week Four against the Cincinnati Bengals was that defining game for the Titans.

Ryan Tannehill and Tyjae Spears
  Ryan Tannehill leads Tyjae Spears vs. Cincinnati/ Angie Flatt

The Colts are a team led by a rookie quarterback who has shown flashes of playmaking ability but also a lot of inconsistencies and unpredictable play. They are also starting three rookies this season.  

Game Five of the season won’t completely define each club regarding the rest of the season, but this is a big division game and gives the winner not only an advantage in the win column but also a point in the right direction for the second quarter of the season.

Matchups that favor the Titans:

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