This game appears to be about two franchises headed in different directions. The Colts are close to securing a playoff spot with two more wins and a conference loss by either Cincinnati or Pittsburgh. The Titans are just trying to find something to be optimistic about in the final quarter of the season. Luck has exceeded all expectations his rookie season in managing quite a few late-game heroics including two TDs in the final 2:39 to beat the Lions last Sunday. He rallied the Colts in the fourth quarter in their game in Nashville which ended in a 19-13 OT win. He's led the Colts to winning four of their last five games since. The Titans are coming off back-to-back losses to conference rivals with some serious questions on the offensive line as injuries have taken three of the five season starters to IR. Locker was on his backside six times last week to go with five turnovers. I expect the Colts D to bring the pressure and try to create mistakes. Keys to this game for the Titans on the offensive side of the ball is to simply execute better. Locker has to get the ball out of the backfield sooner. The receivers have to do a better job catching the football. Multiple turnovers just can't happen. In their first meeting, the Titans converted 45% of their 3rd/4th Downs so success moving the chains must continue. When in the red zone, the Titans have to put it in the endzone instead of kicking field goals. Defensively, the Titans need to get pressure on Luck as they did in their first game. Luck managed to complete passes with Titans hanging off him but he's deadly when given a clean pocket. Holding Wayne under 100 yards in receiving, as they did in their first matchup, would go a long way towards giving the Titans a chance. Though the focus will be on slowing Luck and Wayne, the Titans can't overlook Donald Brown who they allowed to run for 161 yards in the last matchup in Indy. He hasn't managed to gain more than 84 in a game since. The Titans have lost eight of the last nine games in Indy. If the game is close late, the Colts have found a way to win. I felt good about last week's game and don't this one. Since I missed last week, let's hope it happens again.