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Titans-Colts Week 5 Postgame Notes



·      For the second consecutive week and for the third time in 2023, the Titans scored on their opening possession—all three resulted in field goals. At Indianapolis, they moved the ball 75 yards on 16 plays on a drive that took 8 minutes and 31 seconds. The 16 plays were the most on a Titans scoring drive in 2023.

·      The offense converted five of its 12 attempts on third down (41.7 percent). It was the third time in 2023 the Titans finished above 40 percent on third down.

·      The offense scored on four of its seven drives, excluding a kneel-down possession to end the first half. That came a week after scoring on five of its eight possessions against Cincinnati, excluding a game-ending, kneel-down possession against the Bengals.

·      The Titans defense limited the Colts to one touchdown on five total trips inside the red zone.


·      Led the defense and tied his career high with 15 tackles. The only other time in his career he reached the 15-tackle mark was as a member of the San Francisco 49ers at Seattle on Dec. 5, 2021.

·      Became the first Titans defender to record 15 tackles in a game (press box tally) since Jayon Brown registered 15 total stops against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Nov. 24, 2019.


·      Finished third on the team with nine tackles.


·      Made all three field goals and his only extra point attempt. He booted a 27-yard field goal in the first quarter, a 53-yarder in the second quarter and a 34-yarder in the third quarter.

·      His 53-yarder was his seventh consecutive made field goal from 50-plus yards, including all three such attempts as a member of the Titans in 2023.

·      Improved his streak to 21 consecutive field goals made. He entered the week with the longest such active streak in the NFL. It marked the third time in Folk's career he made at least 21 field goals in a row. During his career, which began in 2007, he authored previous streaks of 36 (2020-21) and 23 (2013) made field goals in addition to his current streak.

·      Made his 67th consecutive field goal on attempts from less than 40 yards. Justin Tucker holds the NFL record with a streak of 70 consecutive made field goals from under 40 yards.


·      Finished second on the team and matched his career high with 10 tackles.


·      Led the offense with 43 rushing yards on 13 carries and added three receptions for 19 yards.

·      In the first half, he moved into second place in franchise history in career scrimmage yards, surpassing Chris Johnson's career total (9,968). Henry increased his career total to 10,008 scrimmage yards, second only to Eddie George (12,153) in career annals.


·      Appeared in his 150th career game (regular season).

·      Led the Titans with eight receptions and 140 receiving yards, averaging 17.5 yards per catch.

·      Registered his 40th career 100-yard receiving game, his first as a member of the Titans, and his first since Oct. 30, 2022 at Minnesota as a member of the Arizona Cardinals. It was the Titans' first individual 100-yard receiving effort since Treylon Burks had 111 yards at Green Bay on Nov. 17, 2022, and Hopkins' 140 yards were the most by any Titans player in a game since A.J. Brown's 145 yards against the San Francisco 49ers on Dec. 23, 2021.

·      Extended his active streak to 150 consecutive games with a reception—every game he has played since he entered the NFL. It is the longest active streak in the NFL. In the Super Bowl era (1966–present), Hopkins became the fourth player with at least one catch in each of their first 150 games, joining Marvin Harrison (190 consecutive games), Keyshawn Johnson (167) and Marshall Faulk (158).

·      With career totals including 879 receptions for 11,654 yards and 71 touchdowns, Hopkins finished the contest with the fifth-highest total of receptions in a player's first 150 career games in NFL history. The only players to catch more passes in their first 150 games were Antonio Brown (928 receptions in 146 games), Marvin Harrison (907), Andre Johnson (900) and Julio Jones (890).

·      In the third quarter, he recorded catches of 16 yards and 36 yards on consecutive plays, leading to a Titans touchdown on the following play. He registered his second consecutive game with a reception of at least 36 yards.

·      He hauled in a 20-yard pass in the third quarter during a drive that ended in a field goal, and he caught a 25-yard pass in the fourth quarter.

·      His eight receptions were his most in a game since a nine-catch effort against the San Francisco 49ers on Nov. 21, 2022 as a member of the Arizona Cardinals. It was the Titans' highest single-game total since A.J. Brown's 11 receptions against the 49ers on Dec. 23, 2021.


·      Totaled eight tackles with a sack and a forced fumble.

·      Credited with a 17-yard sack and his first career forced fumble against Anthony Richardson in the second quarter. It was his second career sack and his second sack of 2023.


·      Caught five passes for 33 yards. His five receptions gave him the second-highest total of his career.


·      Saw his first action of the season after spending the first four games on injured reserve.

·      Gained 12 yards in the first quarter on his only punt return.


·      Totaled 34 yards and a touchdown on seven rushing attempts and added four receptions for 35 yards to give him a total of 69 scrimmage yards.

·      Scored his first NFL touchdown in the third quarter, rushing for a 19-yard score.

·      Converted a third-and-eight with a 14-yard reception in the second quarter.

·      Added a 12-yard kickoff return.


·      Appeared in his 150th career game (regular season).

·      Completed 23 of 34 passes for 264 yards.

·      Completed a 21-yard pass to Trevon Wesco to convert a third-and-one in the first quarter.

·      Completed consecutive passes to DeAndre Hopkins of 16 yards and 36 yards in the third quarter, leading to a Titans touchdown on the next play.

·      Became the seventh active NFL quarterback to reach 3,000 career completions (3,004), joining Aaron Rodgers, Matthew Stafford, Russell Wilson, Andy Dalton, Kirk Cousins and Derek Carr


·      Kept a drive alive with a 21-yard reception to convert a third-and-one during the team's opening possession, leading to a field goal. The catch, which was his first of the season, was his longest reception since a 23-yarder as a member of the Chicago Bears at the New York Giants on Oct. 2, 2022.

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