The Tennessee Titans go into the Week 10 game against the Indianapolis Colts with a head of steam after notching their sixth win of the season.
Tennessee’s defense had arguably its best performance of the 2020 campaign thus far in Week 9 against the Chicago Bears, and at the very least it was the defense’s best showing since Week 1.
On the flip side of things, the offense has struggled to finish drives and score points recently.
If you take away Tennessee’s defensive touchdown in Week 9, the offense has averaged just 20.3 points per contest the last three weeks — and righting the ship on that side of the ball will be difficult this week (more on that in a moment).
With all that in mind, let’s take a look at three causes for concern for the Titans in what will be their most important game of the 2020 season thus far thanks to the divisional implications this matchup will have.