Titans-Colts Game Notes

SCAIFE SECOND AMONG TEAM TIGHT ENDS: In the second quarter, Bo Scaife recorded a 14-yard reception. The catch was the 200th of Scaife's career and placed him second all-time among the club's tight ends, one ahead of former Oilers tight end Alvin Reed (199 career receptions). Scaife led the team against the Colts with 56 yards and one touchdown on five receptions. Frank Wycheck ranks first on the list with 482 catches.

BRITT SCORES FOR THIRD CONSECUTIVE GAME: Late in the second quarter, Kenny Britt capped a 66-yard drive with a six-yard touchdown pass from Vince Young. Britt now has a touchdown reception in three consecutive games. Young has completed a touchdown pass in four consecutive games and in five of his six starts in 2009.

BRITT ALSO MAKING IMPACT ON KICKOFF RETURNS: In addition to leading the Titans with 567 receiving yards this season, rookie Kenny Britt also is beginning to make a significant impact on kickoff returns. Against the Colts, the second game in which Britt has fielded kickoffs, he averaged 35 yards on five returns, including a Titans season-long of 56 yards.

JOHNSON HITS 100 FOR SEVENTH CONSECUTIVE GAME: With a two-yard carry in the fourth quarter, Chris Johnson went over 100 rushing yards for the seventh consecutive game and the 12th time in his career. He finished the game with 113 yards on 27 carries (4.2 avg.). Johnson matched Earl Campbell (seven consecutive games in 1979) as the only players in franchise history with 100 rushing yards in seven straight contests.

JOHNSON TO 1,500 IN A HURRY: Chris Johnson's performance against the Colts put him above the 1,500-yard mark this season. He became only the fifth different player in NFL history to reach 1,500 rushing yards in his team's first 12 games, joining Walter Payton (11 games in 1977), Jim Brown (1958 and 1963), O.J. Simpson (1973 and 1976) and Terrell Davis (1998).

JOHNSON MOVES UP SINGLE-SEASON LIST: With 1,509 rushing yards, Chris Johnson moved up to third on the franchise list for most rushing yards in a season. He surpassed Eddie George's fifth-place total (1,399 yard in 1997) and Earl Campbell's fourth-place total (1,450 in 1978). He tied George's output from the 2000 season.

BULLUCK GOES OVER 100 TACKLES AGAIN: In his 125th consecutive start, linebacker Keith Bulluck delivered seven tackles. That put him above 100 tackles for the eighth consecutive season, extending his team record.

TITANS INACTIVES: The Titans deactivated the following players against the Colts: WR Justin Gage, RB Javon Ringer, RB Alvin Pearman, CB Rod Hood, LB Colin Allred, T Troy Kropog, DT Jason Jones and DT Sen'Derrick Marks.

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