Why the Tennessee Titans Simply Don't Have the Pieces to Make the Playoffs

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Why the Tennessee Titans Simply Don't Have the Pieces to Make the Playoffs
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

As the Tennessee Titans fight down the stretch for the final AFC playoff spot, the odds are against them over the final weeks of the regular season.

Tennessee has lost three of its past five games by a combined 13 points. The Titans have lost starting quarterback Jake Locker for the season, allow 114 yards per game on the ground and don't exactly have a favorable schedule.

After a summer of spending, the Titans were built to contend in the AFC South. At 5-7, there's no guarantee they'll even eclipse the 6-10 record they closed out last season with.

Ahead, you'll see six reasons why the Titans simply don't have the pieces to make the playoffs.

*All stats via ESPN.com.

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