If the Titans beat the Colts Sunday, Tennessee is headed to the playoffs.
If the Titans lose, Cleveland will claim the final playoff spot.
As weird as it is, the Browns game is meaningless. Win or lose, Cleveland's faith lies in the hands of the Titans.
So with the possibility of the playoffs strong but week 17's regular season finale against San Francisco meaningless, could the Browns rest some of their starters?
If they do, that could mean the first field action in a regular season NFL game for Notre Dame grad Brady Quinn.
The 1st round pick has not played a down for the Browns this year, thanks in most part to the play of starter Derek Anderson.
But if head coach Romeo Crennel decides to give Anderson a rest, it would be Quinn who plays.
The former Irish signal caller isn't worry about it.
He says he heads into every game with the intentions of playing because that's the best way to be prepared.
Of course, Quinn is excited at the possibility of finally getting on the field.
He says, however, he won't be upset if he does not. While it will be the last game of the season, Quinn was quick to point out that it won't be the last game of his career.
Wide Receiver Braylon Edwards believes the Browns starters should all play and that the team should treat the game as any other.
We'll find out Sunday what the Browns decide to do.