For the second time this season, the Tennessee Titans and Indianapolis Colts will meet for an all-important divisional matchup, this time at Lucas Oil Stadium.
These two teams last met in Week 3, when the Titans emerged victorious, 25-16, in what was an ugly game for both teams. However, since then, both teams have played much better football.
The Colts come into this contest having won three of their last four (more on that shortly), and the Titans are winners of their last three, including victories against the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs in back-to-back weeks.
Despite it only being Week 8, this game could be for the division.
With a win on Sunday, the Titans would own a three-game lead record-wise, but that would actually be a four-game advantage because Tennessee would own the head-to-head tie-breaker over the Colts.
Should Indianapolis win, it would pull to within even in both the head-to-head and divisional record marks, and would be just one game behind Tennessee record-wise.
With all that in mind, here are reasons for optimism and concern for the Titans on Sunday.