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Tennessee Titans vs. Indianapolis Colts Series at a Glance


The Colts lead the all-time series between these two teams 17-13, and the Titans are 7-10 in Indy.  There has only been one postseason meeting between the two that was won by the Titans.  The last six meetings have been split after the Colts won the 7 previous.

The earlier meeting this season was won by the Colts going away.  That game was also played without Cortland Finnegan and Vincent Fuller.

Chris Johnson owes the Colts one because he was held to a season low total of 34 yards rushing in that game.

As a side note, Peyton Manning is still the bane of my existence and is leading the league with 3,415 yards passing.  That is 310.5 yards per game which is crazy and puts him on a pace for just shy of 5,000 yards.

The broadcast will be handled on CBS by Ian Eagle and Rich Gannon.

Info from the NFL release after the jump.



Young: 83-132-1,010-4-2-90.2

Manning: 298-423-3,415 (1L)-24 (1C)-11-102.5 (1C)


Johnson: 217-1,396 (1L)-6.4-9 (T2C)

Addai: 160-583-3.6-7


Britt (R): 33-521-15.8-2

Wayne: 79 (2L)-987 (2L)-12.5-9 (T1L)



393.4 (3L)



+7 (3C)





3 tied: 4

Freeney, Mathis: 9.5 (T3C)


Finnegan, Hood: 3

Bethea: 4


Kern: 45.4

McAfee (R): 44.7


Bironas: 77 (3C) (23/23 PAT; 18/22 FG)

Stover: 41 (20/20 PAT; 7/8 FG)


TITANS:  Aim for 6th consecutive win…QB VINCE YOUNG is 23-11 (.676) as starter & aims for 10th consecutive win.  Is 10-4 (.714) as starter against AFC South…RB CHRIS JOHNSON seeks to become only player in NFL history with 7 consecutive 125+ yard rushing games.  Is only player ever to rush for 125+ in 6 in row & avg. 5.0+ yards per carry in each game.  Johnson (1,396) needs 55 rush yards to surpass EARL CAMPBELL (1,450 in ’78) for 4th-most rush yards in franchise history in season…Rookie WR KENNY BRITT (Round 1, Rutgers) leads AFC rookies & ranks 4th among NFL rookies w/521 receiving yards…TE BO SCAIFE (199 rec., 1,912 yards) needs 1 rec. to surpass ALVIN REED (199) for 2nd-most career rec. in franchise history for TEs & needs 88 rec. yards to become 3rd TE in club history to reach 2,000 (FRANK WYCHECK, 4,958; Reed, 2,818)…DE KYLE VANDEN BOSCH aims for 3rd consecutive game w/sack…K ROB BIRONAS aims for 4th consecutive game w/50-yard FG…COLTS:  Have won franchise-record 20 consecutive regular-season games & can tie 2006-08 Patriots (21) for longest such streak in NFL history.  Ind. is 1st team in NFL history w/7 straight seasons with at least 11 wins…QB PEYTON MANNING (24) needs TD pass to become 1st player in NFL history with 25 TD passes in 12 consecutive seasons.  Manning is 5-2 at home vs. Ten. & has completed 130 of 175 passes (74.3 pct.) for 1,468 yards with 12 TDs vs. 4 INTs & 112.3 passer rating.  Colts have won 13 consecutive games when Manning passes for 300+ yards…RB JOSEPH ADDAI has 3 rush TDs in past 4…WR REGGIE WAYNE (987) needs 13 receiving yards to record 6th consecutive 1,000-yard season.  Wayne (892) needs 108 rec. yards to reach 1,000 career against Titans…TE DALLAS CLARK (74) needs 4 receptions to surpass career-high of 77 in ’08 & seeks (834) 15 receiving yards to surpass career best of 848 in ’08.  With 84 rec. yards, Clark (3,916) can become 2nd Colts TE with 4,000 (JOHN MACKEY, 5,126)…DE ROBERT MATHIS tied-2nd in NFL w/5 FFs in ’09 & has 35 career.  Mathis needs 2.5 sacks to surpass career-high of 11.5 in ’05 & ’08...LB CLINT SESSION posted 1st career INT-TD return last week.