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Behind Enemy Lines: A look at the Indianapolis Colts


NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans face the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday at Nissan Stadium.

Here's a look at the Colts:

Record: 9-6.

Last game: Beat the Giants, 28-27.

Points for/against: 26.7 ppg/21.8 ppg.


Offense: 7th overall, 382.9 ypg (21st rushing, 6th passing).

Defense: 11th overall, 344.9 ypg (8th rushing, 17th passing).


Head coach: Frank Reich.


QB: Andrew Luck (406-of-604, 4,308 yards, 36 TDs, 14 INT, 98.0 rating).

Top RB: Marlon Mack (170 carries, 789 yards, 8 TDs).

Top WRs: WR T.Y. Hilton (74 catches, 1,209 yards, 6 TDs); Chester Rogers (50 catches, 453 yards, 2 TDs).

Top TE: Eric Ebron (62 catches 690 yards, 12 TDs).


Sacks: DL Denico Autry (11).

Leading tackler: LB Darius Leonard (155).

Interceptions: S Malik Hooker (2), CB Kenny Moore (2).

Take/Give: plus-1.

Kicker: Adam Vinatieri (21-of-25 FGs).

Punter: Rigoberto Sanchez (42.5).

Last meeting: November 18, 2018: Colts 38, Titans 10.

Titans connections

-Colts TE Jack Doyle (IR) was originally signed by the Titans as an undrafted free agent in 2013.

-Colts nose tackle Al Woods played for the Titans from 2014-16.

-Colts receiver Zach Pascal spent a portion of the 2017 season on the Titans practice squad.

-Colts defensive backs/cornerbacks coach Jonathan Gannon served as a defensive assistant/quality control coach with the Titans during the 2012 season.

Injury Report

-LB Matthew Adams (groin).

-TE Eric Ebron (concussion).

-S Clayton Geathers (knee).

-TE Ryan Hewitt (foot).

-WR T.Y. Hilton (ankle).

-WR Dontrelle Inman (shoulder).

-C Ryan Kelly (neck).

-CB Quincy Wilson (calf).

-WR Daurice Fountain (ankle).

-S Malik Hooker (hip).

-WR Zach Pascal (knee).

-DE Jabaal Sheard (teeth).

-LB Anthony Weaver (shoulder).

Titans coach Mike Vrabel on on how the Colts look now in comparison to the Week 11 Colts the Titans faced:

"I'd say just as good, if not, better. They won eight of nine games. They're playing fast defensively. They're scoring a lot of points. They do a good job. Andrew (Luck) gets them in the right plays. They've been able to run the ball. They ran the ball against Dallas very well. They got in a little situation that they hadn't been in a while. They were behind last week against the Giants and stuck with it. They were able to get a huge red zone stop there to force the Giants to kick a field goal when they had the ball second-and-two on the six or seven-yard line. They got a stop and a tackle for loss on the third-down stop. First, they kick a field goal, which allowed them to come back and score that game-winning touchdown." looks back at the all-time series with the Indianapolis Colts. (AP Photos)

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