To rack up 10 wins (what they'll need for the playoffs), the Titans will need to get victories against New England, Miami, Buffalo, New York, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Minnesota, San Diego and Houston.
That's nine wins. To get that extra W, they're going to have to sweep either the Colts or the Jaguars.
The Colts are a question mark. Here's a list of some of the players they've lost: Dallas Clark, Jeff Saturday, Pierre Garcon, Joseph Addai and Peyton Manning. They're also switching schemes.
They should be terrible, but Andrew Luck could come in and blow everyone away.
The Jags also look awful on paper. Their best player (Maurice Jones-Drew) is holding out, Blaine Gabbert is coming off of one of the worst rookie outings ever and first-round pick Justin Blackmon looks like a headache.
Either of them could be at the bottom of the barrel, but they might also be descent enough to go one-on-one with the Titans. The Titans need to take advantage of the easy games on their schedule and sweep one of their division rivals.