Keys to the Starting Lineup presented by CarMax: Can Titans run with Pats?

After opening the postseason with a bye week for the eighth consecutive year, the defending-champion Patriots (13-3) finally join the playoff fun Saturday night hosting the upstart Titans at Gillette Stadium.

Tennessee arrives in Foxborough with a little momentum following a 22-21 comeback win in Kansas City on Wild Card Weekend. But the Titans, who limped into the postseason losing three of their final four games, are a nearly two-touchdown underdog to Bill Belichick’s experienced, rested squad.

In many ways the Titans don’t look like a postseason contender or team worthy of being in the final eight franchises still competing for the right to go to Super Bowl LII. Mike Mularkey’s squad is led by third-year quarterback Marcus Mariota, who threw more interceptions (15) than touchdown...

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