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Week 15: Predictions From The Contributors and Dynamic Dreadlocks

McNair-ish  (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)
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Still not over last week. The ending of that game was a kick in the gut, but I haven't been that excited during a game in a long time.

Dynamic Dreadlocks is our guest this week. Site note: everyone check the email you used in your profile and make sure it is still valid. This is two weeks in a row that the person I wanted has not responded to my email! Get us going DD:

Dynamic Dreadlocks (6-6)

This is a game the Titans have no business losing, although it ultimately may hinge on who's playing QB. Jake Locker showed why we're all so amped up about his future, by nearly delivering for us Music City Miracle 3.0. Although as the old saying goes, if Matt Hasselbeck is healthy, he's the Titans starter. Indy is a royal mess, but that's not a surprise to anyone. I would be embarrassed for life if we ended up losing this game, but since that won't happen, we won't have to worry. Chris Johnson rushes for 150+ yards, whoever the starting QB is will have an efficient game, Karl Klug will notch 2 sacks and Colin McCarthy continues to Colin McCarthy all over the Colts.

Titans 28 - Colts 13

ADub (5-6)

Titans can't and won't lose this game. Period. It's not a trap game because we lost last week. It's not going to be taken lightly in the locker room because it's a divisional game. The Colts haven't lost 13 games due to lack of effort or focus, or because of a tough schedule: they just suck at football.

Titans 27 - Colts 13

Horn (4-8)

Finally, a pick I can feel confident in. The Colts are doing their best to get in the discussion of the worst teams in NFL history. I hate the cliche of "if you can't beat (insert bad team here) you don't deserve to make the playoffs". In this case, though, it totally applies. The Colts are impressively bad. Anything less than a 2 TD win will be considered a disappointment. Titans roll

Titans 31 - Colts 6

g ray (6-5)

First time we have beaten the Colts twice in one season since 2002. I don't care why they suck, all I care about is that they suck. They are desperate but the Titans are in playoff mode. Hopefully our boys are not like me and aren't already looking forward to making the Bedazzlers look foolish next week. No problem in Indy

Titans 35 - Colts 10

Big Tuna (4-6)

The Titans come out in this one with the foot on the gas and don't let up. They know they are playing for their playoff lives and are not going to be virtually eliminated by an 0-13 team.

Titans 31 - Colts 13

halisnotverygoodatcornhole (3-4)

This would be an exceptionally embarrassing game to lose. I really, really hope the guys are taking the Colts seriously, because the Titans aren't good enough this year to sleepwalk over anybody. It looks like Matt Hasselbeck will be the starter, so hopefully he can get back to his early season form against a weak opponent. There's a little bit of fear in the back of my mind that the Titans will be less than sharp and we will have to sweat this one out in fairly uncomfortable fashion. In the end, the Colts are just too terrible to lose to, but that doesn't mean it will be an easy game.

Titans 21 - Colts 17

MCMers (2-10)