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It's a great day for some football in Indianapolis.
Tim Shaw starts for Colin McCarthy. Fernando Velasco starts at left guard and Kevin Matthews starts at center.
The Titans have won the toss and elected to receive.
Locker with a nice run for 32 yards and a first down.
The Titans with their first penalty as Stevens is called for holding.
The Colts are challenging that Wright didn't complete the catch on first down.
The Wright catch stands and the Colts loss a challenge.
Cook went and got the ball for a Titans touchdown.
Bironas is no good from 56 yards. The kick was long enough, but he pushed it right.
Luck with a nice play fake as he finds Reggie Wayne for a Colts touchdown. It's now tied 7-7.
After one quarter of play, it's tied at 7-7.
Britt with his fourth catch already in the game.
Bironas connects from 40 yards. It's now 10-7 Titans.
Colts head coach Chuck Pagano is at the game today.
Derrick Morgan tackles Luck for the Titans first sack on the day.
As Luck is going down, he throws it right to Witherspoon who returns it for a Titans touchdown. The scoring play is under review.
Looking at the review, it appears the Titans got a break as Luck's knee looked to be down before he threw the pass.
Karl Klug comes up with his second sack in the series for the Titans.
Kenny Britt now over a 100 yards receiving for the first time since September 2011.
Bironas is good from 31 yards. It's now 20-7 Titans.
Halftime in Indianapolis as the Titans lead 20-7.
The Titans offense looks a lot crisper in week two of the Loggains regime.
The second half is underway in Indy.
The Colts take 6:24 off the clock and go 80 yards for a touchdown. The Titans had a couple of chances to get off the field on third down but couldn't execute. It's now 20-14 Titans.
McAfee with an excellent punt for the Colts. The Titans will start this possession from their own 1 yard line.
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