With quarterback Matt Hasselbeck showing great poise and Chris Johnson running strong, the Tennessee Titans have posted their first set of back-to-back wins.
They have a good chance to make it three in a row if the Indianapolis Colts can't improve on the road.
The Titans look to continue their push up the AFC South standings Sunday when the Colts go for their first win outside Indianapolis in 11 tries.
Hasselbeck is expected to make a fourth consecutive start in place of Jake Locker, who injured his left, non-throwing shoulder Sept. 30 versus Houston. Locker has started to throw in practice, but the team is still uncertain when the 2011 first-round pick will return.
"If Jake's ready to play this week, Jake will start,'' coach Mike Munchak said Monday. "If Jake's ready next week, Jake will start and from there we'll figure it out.''
Munchak's comments clearly support Locker as the starter, but Hasselbeck is making a strong case to stay under center. The veteran has led the Titan...