As Tennessee Titans keep winning, easiest remaining schedule in NFL awaits

Mikey DiLullo
Nashville Tennessean

With the second half of the NFL season underway, the Tennessee Titans control their destiny on the road to home-field advantage through the AFC playoffs. 

And the road looks pretty easy, by NFL standards.

The Titans (8-2) entered Sunday with the easiest remaining schedule in the NFL, according to the CBS broadcast

The Titans beat the Saints 23-21 on Sunday to take a 1½-game lead over the Baltimore Ravens (6-3) for the best record and No.1 seed in the AFC. The Titans also hold a three-game lead of the Colts (5-5) in the AFC South. 

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The Titans' remaining opponents had a .353 winning percentage entering Sunday, easily the easiest in the league. The New York Jets (.408) have the second-easiest schedule, followed by the Philadelphia Eagles (.418), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (.434) and the Arizona Cardinals and New York Giants (both at .441). 

Tennessee Titans wide receiver A.J. Brown (11) runs the ball during the second quarter at Nissan Stadium Sunday, Nov. 14, 2021 in Nashville, Tenn.

The Titans' remaining schedule features two matchups with the Houston Texans (1-8), as well as games against the Jacksonville Jaguars (2-7) and Miami Dolphins (3-7).

Tennessee Titans remaining schedule

Here's a look at the Titans schedule for the rest of the season, with the record of each team after Sunday's results:

Week 11: Houston Texans (1-8)

Week 12: New England Patriots (6-4)

Week 13: Bye

Week 14: Jacksonville Jaguars (2-7)

Week 15: Pittsburgh Steelers (5-3-1)

Week 16: San Francisco 49ers (3-5)

Week 17: Miami Dolphins (3-7)

Week 18: Houston Texans (1-8)