Down 14-0 early and 17-6 at the half, the Indianapolis Colts (7-3) came alive in the second half and beat the Tennessee Titans (4-6), 30-27.

 

Titans RB Chris Johnson was phenomenal in the first quarter, rushing for two TDs with both power and speed.  

 

The third quarter was all Colts, as QB Andrew Luck led three scoring drives for 17 unanswered points.  The fourth quarter was battle with the Colts hanging on for the win.  

 

Colts RB Donald Brown looked strong scoring two TDs on the night.

 

The win gives the Colts a comfortable lead in the AFC South. The loss was the Titans fifth in six games.