The possibility that the AFC South would be won by anybody however the Titans was seen as outrageous only half a month prior, yet the Panthers are endeavoring to change that.
Jacksonville has won three of its last four games, including exciting triumphs over the Ravens and Ranchers. Sandwiched between those two successes was a triumph over the Titans in Nashville that could end up being the distinction toward the finish of the time.
Trevor Lawrence has driven the charge, tossing 13 scores and only one interference over his last five beginnings entering Week 16. The Panthers’ protection has had a few forgettable minutes recently, however mentor Doug Pederson will take what he can kick after his group off the season 2-6.
The Titans, in the mean time, have unwound. Tennessee has lost four back to back games, dropping from 7-3 to 7-7 and wasting a sizable division lead.
The Titans have scored in excess of 17 places in only two of their last eight games, and the safeguard hasn’t been sufficient to compensate for any shortfall. Presently, the AFC South will not entirely settled until Week 17 at the earliest.
AFC South standings
The Titans actually sit on the AFC South with three weeks remaining, yet both Tennessee and Jacksonville control their destiny. That implies Seven days 18 matchup between the groups in Jacksonville might decide the division.
The Panthers enter their “Thursday Night Football” matchup with the Planes with a straightforward objective: In the event that they dominate their last three matches, they will have a season finisher game.
The equivalent can be said for the Titans. Their benefit in the division likewise implies they can manage the cost of a misfortune in their next two games.
While the Texans probably won’t present a very remarkable test for Tennessee this end of the week, the Cowpokes especially will in Week 17. Yet, regardless of whether the Titans go 1-1 over their next two games while the Pumas go 2-0, Tennessee can in any case prevail upon the AFC South with a success Jacksonville on the last day of the ordinary season.
Assuming the Panthers tumble to the Planes on Thursday and the Titans rout Houston, then, at that point, Jacksonville would as of now not be in charge. In that situation, the Panthers would require a success over the Texans and a Tennessee misfortune to Dallas in Week 17 to make their Week 18 confrontation a game that decides the division crown.
The Yearlings haven’t been officially killed from AFC South conflict, yet it would take an extraordinary series of occasions for that situation to work out. A Pumas win on Thursday would kill them.