The visitors tend to win ugly, but the home team has been downright ugly all year. However unpleasant in appearance at times, the Titans were most impressive in Week 2 with a 26-13 home victory over Baltimore. The rest of the time, well, they got blown out by Pittsburgh and Houston, almost beat New Orleans last Sunday (nice no calls on the final play when Saints defenders were knocking two Titans to the ground in the end zone), and they have a lot of ho-hum wins over lousy teams. Or in fairness to Denver, a 17-14 loser at Nashville, Tenn., in Week 3, those were the Kyle Orton Broncos, not the Tim Tebow Broncos. So the Titans have played their share of tight games and are still in the AFC playoff hunt for a wild-card spot. The Colts, at 0-13 and counting the days until the end of the season, have been outmanned and outplayed the past two weeks on the road at New England and Baltimore. That's what happens to bad teams when they play away from home against AFC playoff teams.