Owner’s of the NFL’s best regular season record at 13-3, the Tennessee Titans begin their quest for Super Bowl XLIII next week when they host either the Baltimore Ravens, Indianapolis Colts or San Diego Chargers Jan. 10 at LP Field. Titans players practiced three days this week at Baptist Sports Park. They’ll spend part of their weekend watching the AFC Wild Card games that will determine their first-round playoff opponent. Indianapolis (12-4) plays at San Diego (8-8) Saturday night (7 p.m.) on NBC, while Baltimore (11-5) travels to Miami to play the Dolphins (11-5) Sunday at noon on CBS. A Baltimore victory would send the Ravens to Nashville.
Otherwise Tennessee would play the winner of the Colts/Chargers game. The Titans locked up the AFC South in Week 14 with a victory over the Cleveland Browns, capturing their first division title since 2002 and the ninth in the 49-year history of the club. They gained the AFC’s top seed and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs with a Week 16 victory over Pittsburgh. Now they face the prospect of winning just two more games to make it to Super Bowl XLIII in Tampa, Fla.