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Week 17 of the 2018 NFL season will feature a marquee Sunday Night Football game on Sunday, December 30, 2018 (12/30/18) when the Indianapolis Colts take on the Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee.
The Indianapolis Colts and Tennessee Titans will have a lot to play for in Week 17. A come-from-behind victory (28-27 final score) over the New York Giants in Week 16 kept the Colts in contention for a playoff spot while the Titans handling of the Washington Redskins did the same.
The Colts are led by head coach Frank Reich, quarterback Andrew Luck, and wide receiver T.Y. Hilton. Indianapolis is coming off a Week 16 win over to the Giants and enters the game with an 9-6 record.
The Titans are led by head coach Mike Vrabel, quarterback Marcus Mariota and running back Derrick Henry. Tennessee is coming off a Week 16 win over to the Redskins and enters the game with an 9-6 record.
Out of all the statistics that stand out heading into this game, Andrew Luck’s record against the Colts’ divisional foe stands above the rest. He’s a perfect 10-0 all-time against the Titans with the most recent victory being a 38-10 beatdown back in Week 11.
It’s not often that two teams get to go head-to-head in Week 17 to see who moves on to the playoffs, but here we are. The “win and you’re in” mentality will be in full force come Sunday night, and that should add an exciting element to the game.
The Titans found their way into the playoffs last season — and even got a win over the Kansas City Chiefs in a wild-card matchup. The Colts, on the other hand, haven’t made it back to the playoffs since the New England Patriots handed them a 45-7 loss in the AFC Championship back in 2015.
Tennessee’s star quarterback is doing everything he can to get on the field for Sunday’s game. Whether he will be successful in that question remains to be seen, however.
We made it. After 16 grueling weeks of injuries, inconsistency and drama, the Tennessee Titans have put themselves in prime contention for a playoff spot with just one game remaining in the regular season. Last week’s Pittsburgh Steelers loss catapulted the Titans and Indianapolis Colts into a do-or-die game, where the loser misses out on the playoffs and the winner clinches a spot in the final six of the AFC.
QB Marcus Mariota is dealing with a stinger injury that forced him out of last week’s game, but he looks likely to at least start in this game. His presence will make this a true tossup, as both teams have shown flaws throughout the season but can turn it on when necessary. This should be a good one.
The game will be broadcast on national television on NBC’s Sunday Night Football package. As always, Al Michaels will handle play-by-play duties and be joined by analyst Cris Collinsworth. Michele Tafoya will assist them as the sideline reporter.
The game will be broadcast on the Titans Radio Network, which is region-specific. You can also listen in on the flagship station, WGFX 104.5 FM – The Zone, where the game will be commentated by Mike Keith and Dave McGinnis, with Jonathan Hutton and Rhett Bryan as the gameday hosts and Amie Wells as the sideline reporter.
On national radio, the game can be heard on Westwood One, with Kevin Kugler and analyst Jason Taylor.
The Titans‘ official account will be tweeting throughout the game, while you can get play-by-play live tweets from Jim Wyatt, Paul Kuharsky and John Glennon, among others.
Follow Titan Sized on Twitter for play-by-play, live analysis and hot takes. Some of our Titan Sized staff members will also be tweeting analysis throughout the game. Make sure to follow Will Lomas, Nick Lombardi and Zach Williams during the game!
The gut instinct is to give the Titans the edge at home, Marcus Mariota’s health is the big key here. He suffered a stinger last week, which could make for a tougher Week 17, especially against Andrew Luck and the Colts, who have won eight of nine. Colts 31, Titans 27.
Ryan Dunleavy: Winner goes to the playoffs, but I still expect the Texans to win the AFC South. The Colts trailed Giants last week for 59 minutes before winning in the last minute. The Titans shut out the Giants two weeks ago. What do we learn from the comparison? Not much. I’ll take the Colts’ offense over the Titans’ defense in an era of offense.