Ryan Mayer

The Indianapolis Colts have had a rough start to the season starting 2-4 including an overtime loss last week to divisional rival Houston. This week, Andrew Luck and company faced another AFC South challenge in the form of the Tennessee Titans. The Titans defense has actually been a Top 10 unit so far this year and the Colts came in shorthanded with Dwayne Allen, Phillip Dorsett and Donte Moncrief all inactive.

Despite that, Luck shredded the Titans defense on the team’s first couple of drives completing seven of his 11 passes for 133 yards and two touchdowns. The first came when Luck hit running back Frank Gore in between a couple of defenders.

The second touchdown came on a picture perfect pass to his favorite target, wide receiver T.Y. Hilton.

The touchdown gave the Colts the 14-6 lead.


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