Hi, Colts fans! Our 2-4 Indianapolis Colts play their second consecutive AFC South divisonal opponent on the road, as they are in Nashville to play the 3-3 and improved Tennessee Titans, in both teams 44th all-time meeting, including an AFC Divisonal Playoff Game,and their 15th regular season road visit and game in Nashville.
Colts will try to maintain a lead in this game as they were on the verge of winning last week at Houston on Sunday Night Football. Colts were leading 23-9 with five minuites left in the fourth quarter. But Texans QB Brock Osweiler threw two touchdown passes to force overtime.
After the Colts were forced to punt, Osweiler threw a 36-yard TD pass to Jaelen Strong, putting the Texans to the 12-yard line, then Nick Novak kicked the game winning 36-yard field goal in overtime.
Colts have been dominant in the AFC South, winning two division titles in 2013 and 2014, and winning 16-straight games over AFC South opponents, but the Colts have lost 4 out of five games since 2015.
Indianapolis though has an advantage in Sunday's afternoon's game over Tennessee. Colts are on a current, nine-game, five year, regular season winning streak over the Titans, and have not lost game to the Titans, since their 27-10 loss at then named LP Field back on October 30, 2011. and outscored the Titans in the previous nine meetings 258 points to 174 points. Indianapolis swept the season series in 2015, including the season finale, where Jerrell Freeman returned and interception, and Adam Vinatieri kicked a 35-yard field goal in the second half, to win the season finale 30-24 at LOS, back on January 3, 2016.
Colts also leads the series, including a 1999 AFC Divisional Playoff Game, with 29 wins and 14 losses.
Clear and sunny skies at 71 degrees is the game forecast inside Nissan Stadium in Downtown Nashville, for the 1:05PM Eastern Standard Time kickoff.
NO injuries, win your third game of the season and stay Colts Strong, and and GO COLTS!!!!!