With Denver or Kansas City likely to take one of the AFC playoff wildcard spots, the last one is still up for grabs, with no clear favorite(s). 7 teams are in the fight with at least 3 wins each, the leaders of the pack has 4 - JEST and Chargers, both teams we've beaten. John Glennon breaks it down in this article, Titans is the only team above .500 in the conference of those 7. http://www.tennessean.com/article/20131027/SPORTS01/310270056/Playoffs-remain-possibility-Titans Titans can only afford 2 losses the rest of the season, but it's not unlikely with our schedule. We have 3 straight difficult road games in Oakland (west coast trouble), Indy and Denver. Texans could've gotten their mojo back by end of December, but they'll have nothing to play for. The Jags games are trap games and we always seem to play down to their level. The last two games (besides the upcoming Rams game) is at home, hosting Indy and Cardinals. Indy is off to a great start, but they've just lost Wayne. Palmer is over the hill in Arizona and their defense is great, the offense is not so much - seem familiar? TL;DR: Playoffs are still reachable, but no more blunders.