With Jake Locker nursing an injured wrist, Charlie Whitehurst got the call under center. He was not sharp, throwing for just 118 yards and a touchdown, along with a turnover, though the interception was a result of a tipped pass by receiver Justin Hunter.
Tennessee did not possess the ball much after Indianapolis had back-to-back drives after recovering an onside kick following their first touchdown of the day.
The running game was non-existent, as Whitehurst led the Titans with 25 rushing yards. Shonne Greene had two carries for nine yards.
Andrew Luck has been red hot the past two weeks, and he continued that streak early in this game.
Luck has 218 yards and a touchdown, completing 17/27 passes.
Working in tandem with Ahmad Bradshaw (seven carries, 21 yards), Trent Richardson scored an early touchdown, rushing for 20 yards on 10 carries.
T.Y. Hilton led the Colts with 95 receiving yards on five catches.
Stat To Keep An Eye On: The Titans have just six first downs in the first half, and 35 yards rushing.
Tennessee: Realistically, probably no one deserves this spot, but Charlie Whitehurst has 118 yards passing and 25 yards rushing, leading the Titans in both categories.
Indianapolis: Andrew Luck - 17/27, 218 yards and one touchdown.
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