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Week 17 NFL Power Rankings: Tennessee Titans Roundup

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After the jump is a roundup of where the Titans are ranked in various power rankings around the internet for Week 17. It will be updated as more rankings are posted.


This Week Last Week Commentary
ESPN 15
20
A lot has to go right for the Titans to make the playoffs. If they do, they'll turn right around to play at Houston again. (Kuharsky)
NFL.com 16
18

Probably the most under-the-radar game last Saturday was Titans-Jags. While the sexy quotient was low, the Titans don't do sexy. At the end of the day, the aim is to finish 9-7 in a season with a new head coach, new quarterback, and with the club's two best offensive players either inconsistent (Chris Johnson) or injured (Kenny Britt). Even the playoffs are still possible: if the Bengals lose, Jets win, and Broncos lose. If Tebowmania resurrects, then the Chargers would have to beat Oakland.

National Football Post --
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Sporting News 18
21
Seeing Washington's name is a reminder how good the Titans' passing game could have been if Kenny Britt had stayed healthy as their No. 1.
CBS Sports 18
20
They are still alive for a wild-card spot, but they need a lot of help. If they don't make it, was the move to get Matt Hasselbeck worth it?
SB Nation 17
16
Losing to the winless Colts two weeks ago hurts really bad now.
Fox Sports 15
21
Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck deserves a lot of credit for keeping this team on track after a CJ2K holdout to start the year and a season-ending injury to receiver Kenny Britt shortly thereafter. I think they have something in rookie QB Jake Locker. At worst, this team will go .500 this season, and it couldn't have done it without the leadership of Hasselbeck.
ProFootballWeekly --
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ProFootballTalk 22 23

Imagine how good this team would have been if Kenny Britt hadn’t torn an ACL.