The Tennessee Titans (5-5) are back at 0.500 and have a chance to get ahead and win their first game against the Indianapolis Colts (4-5) since 2011. Our predictors will attempt to predict:

Stoney Keeley, @StoneyKeeley (7-3):

In recent years, the Titans have been ripped apart by elite quarterbacks. One of the steps this team needed to take in getting back to respectability was to defeat an elite-level quarterback. Regardless of how his 2016 season has gone, Aaron Rodgers is that guy. Check that box off the list. Now, a perfect opportunity lies ahead of the Titans: defeating the Colts. Right now, both teams are confident, but Indianapolis still has the edge because of the dominance the team has held over the Titans. Mike Mularkey’s squad let the first meeting between these two teams this season get away from them. The Titans won’t have as good a chance to win Sunday as they did then, but this team is definitely trending upward since then. This game could be a blowout, but I’m thinking it’ll be close and come down to one mistake. The Titans have to win, and they will. Tennessee Titans – 38, Indianapolis Colts – 35

Lucas Davis, @LDsportswriter (4-6):

While last week was certainly a statement win for the Tennessee Titans over the Green Bay Packers, the Two-Tone Blue from Nashville can exorcize plenty of demons with a win over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. Andrew Luck has yet to lose a game against the Titans in his career, but he has yet to face a Titans team on roll quite like this one. Marcus Mariota is on fire, and the offense is clicking on all cylinders. While the Titan defense has had a bend-don’t-break mentality for much of the year, they are certainly susceptible through the air. If Tennessee wants a chance at the AFC South division title, it starts with this trip to Indy. The Titans go into Lucas Oil Stadium and beat the Colts. Tennessee Titans – 27, Indianapolis Colts – 24

Kenneth Goit, @KennethGoit (4-6):

The matchup is entirely on the Titans’ side, and Andrew Luck has to eventually lose to the Titans, right? If they don’t win this game, they will surely not make the playoffs. Tennessee Titans – 31, Indianapolis Colts – 27