The Tennessee Titans have shown great strides this final season, it may be too late to finally reach these strides but it’s still definitely an improvement from the following years. As of week 11, coming off of their win against the New Orlean Saints, the Titans stand at a current .500 record being 5-5. This is the first time that the Titans has ever been .500 or over since taking over ownership and the first time this team has reached 5 wins. Which is a very impressive feat for a team that’s been at the bottom of the barrel this whole year. I asked the Titans owner what changes had to be made to accomplish this success. He responded with “Well we were finally able to move on from Mariota with DJ Uiagalelei who has been astounding as a rookie, we traded our big body running back Henry for a veteran franchise star in Zach Ertz who has really helped open up the field and our playing book and our defense has been playing lights out, this is the most we’ve ever had for turnovers and we’ve been putting our offense in great situations to score. The only problem I’d say right now is theres too many turnovers on the offensive side of the ball, and not only that it’s just sometimes our offense just can’t get into a rhythm on offense, it’s just way too hit or miss. It’s either we are able to move the ball or we just can’t get the ball moving past the 50. Once we fix up our playcalling, scheme better against teams, and limit turnovers our team could be destined for a playoff birth.” With that being said, the Tennessee Titans have a game tonight against division rivals, the Indianapolis Colts who are currently 7-3. Last time these teams played the score was 17-0 where the Titans defense played amazing but the offense never showed up. If the Titans do want to make that playoff spot they will have to win this game or their season is most likely over.