Here's where the Colts stand now. They are 5-4 with one-foot putts left against Houston, Cincinnati and Detroit. Their game in Cleveland is a little tougher (the Brady Quinn factor is still unknown right now) but it's another likely win. Even if Indianapolis loses testers to underachieving San Diego and Jacksonville, the Colts likely go into Game 16 with nine wins. And who do they draw on the last day? AFC South rival Tennessee. Well, what do you think the chances are that the Titans have playoff home field locked up by then? Pretty good, right? And unless Tennessee is going for 16-0, they will have the second-string out there while the Colts will be fighting for their lives.