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Much easier trek to get to Indy rather than KC last week. Probably has something to do with Delta Airlines not being involved.
TitanInsider: Any closer and you'd be in the huddle.
Titans inactives: Rusty Smith, Justin Gage, Vincent Fuller, Bo Scaife, Troy Kropog, Jovan Haye, Robert Johnson, David Thornton.
Colts inactives: Al Afalalva, Kelvin Hayden, Mike Hart, Dan Muir, Clint Session, Javarris James, Jacques McClendon, Jaimie Thomas.
Gage is inactive. That means Damian Williams line to play a lot today. Don't be surprised if the Titans throw out a wildcat wrinkle.
David Thornton is inactive again. He's a real nice guy, but exactly what was the point of putting him on the roster, if he wasn't going to play at all.
A bit off topic, but LeGarrette Blount got his 1,000 yards. Hmm, wonder if the Titans wish they had him back.
Titans captains are Donnie Nickey, Tim Shaw, Stephen Tulloch and Ahmard Hall, all free agents after today.
Titans win toss and will receive
A bit of a moral victory in holding Colts to a FG. Sack on the first play helped.
Velasco is active, but Kevin Matthews is at center
It took the Titans 12 plays to go 46 yards and get a field goal.
Another drive of holding Colts to a FG, not the worst thing for the Titans D.
CJ 8 carries for 4 yards after the 6-yard loss.
Randy Moss in for two plays on that drive. That's twice as much as he played last week.
Shocking that the Titans would jump offsides. That almost never happens.
That TD to Wayne looked too easy.
Bironas set to try a 61 yard FG.
He missed it. Ken Amato got clocked, and doesn't know where he is right now.
Bethea nearly returned that missed FG for a TD, but Craig Stevens tackled him. Wouldn't have counted anyway due to the penalty. By the way, that hit looked legal - vicious but legal.
As Amato tried to get up, Titans trainers came on the field to assist him while the play was still going on.
No other long snapper listed on Titans flip card depth chart. Speculation is that Kevin Matthews could get the call if Amato can't return.
Titans actually won time of possession in the first half. How long has it been since they did that?
Where has this team been all year, standing toe to toe with Indy.
How stupid was that play by Hayes to sling the ball carrier down right in front of the official
Colts finally looked in rhythm on that drive, thanks in part to a stupid penalty on the Titans.
Chuck Cecil in a discussion with an official over on the sideline after the PAT.
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