Eight key questions facing Titans as they head down the home stretch

By John Glennon

Let the fun begin.

We have one month left in the NFL season and, in a way, these remaining games already seem like a bonus. Who really thought back in the spring or summer that the league's season would be played in its entirety? It hasn't happened just yet, of course, but three quarters of the way through a pandemic year, the NFL has yet to cancel a single game.

Despite coming off a troubling loss to Cleveland last Sunday, the Titans have to feel pretty good about themselves overall as they ready for the stretch run. Just one more victory would guarantee a fifth straight winning record – the first time that would have happened for the franchise since a stretch of seven in a row from 1987 through 1993. Two more wins would give the Titans their first double-digit win season since 2008. Three more wins might just earn the Titans their first AFC South crown since 2008, and four wins in four games would definitely do so.

What are the key questions facing the Titans as they shoot for a second straight playoff berth, something that hasn't happened since 2007 and 2008?

Here's a look at eight of them:

Will the Titans win the AFC South?

This is a tough call, with the Titans and Colts both sitting at 8-4 with a month remaining. The Titans . . .

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