Titans/Colts game notes

•  The Titans were shutout for the first time since a 17-0 loss at Miami on Nov. 7, 1999.
• Jacob Ford registered his 7th sack of the season when he took down Peyton Manning in the first quarter.

• Chris Carr returned his second-longest kickoff of the season, a 50-yarder in the first quarter.

• LB Keith Bulluck started his 113th consecutive game, the longest active streak of any Titans player. • Craig Hentrich tied Chris Mohr for fifth place in NFL history for most games played by a punter.
• Hentrich tied Rohn Stark for seventh place on the league's all-time career punts list.
• Craig Stevens caught his first career pass, a 9-yard catch in the third quarter.
• Paul Williams recorded his first career catch, a 7-yard reception in the fourth quarter.
•  Colts QB Peyton Manning extended his own NFL record for 4,000-yard passing seasons to nine, achieving it on a 55-yard touchdown play to Joseph Addai.
• Colts WR Marvin Harrison moved past Cris Carter into second place on the NFL's all-time reception list (1,102), leaving him behind only Jerry Rice (1,549 receptiosn). 
•  Colts TE Dallas Clark broke the franchise's single-season record for most receiving yards by a tight end in a single season. He finished with six catches for 59 yards, giving him 848 yards, 19 more than Hall of Famer John Mackey's previous mark set in 1966.

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