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GAME RELEASE: COLTS VS. TITANS

Posted Dec 4, 2012

Colts go for season sweep of Titans.

The Colts (8-4) will return to Lucas Oil Stadium to try to take both games of the season series against the Tennessee Titans (4-8) on Sunday. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m.

The Colts have won two in a row and six of their last seven games, dating back to October. Indianapolis has also posted a 5-1 record at home this season.

In the last game between these two teams, the Colts narrowly escaped LP Field with a 19-13 overtime victory in Week 8. The Colts were down 13-6 in the fourth quarter before compiling an 80-yard touchdown drive in the fourth quarter and another one in overtime to win the game. QB-Andrew Luck finished off the game with a nine-play, 80-yard drive in extra time culminating in a 16-yard touchdown pass to RB-Vick Ballard.

Last Week, the Colts recorded a 35-33 dramatic come-frombehind victory over the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. Down 33-21 with just over four minutes remaining, Luck led Indianapolis on two scoring drives with WR-Donnie Avery catching the game-winning touchdown pass as time expired to complete the comeback.

The Titans are coming off a 24-10 loss to the Houston Texans and have lost two straight. RB-Chris Johnson is on pace for his fifth-straight 1,000-yard rushing season. In seven games, QB-Jake Locker has completed 120-of-212 passes for 1,473 yards, eight touchdowns and seven interceptions for a passer rating of 77.0.

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