The Indianapolis Colts had no problem moving the ball against the hapless Tennessee Titans in a 41-17 win at Lucas Oil Stadium. Our takeaways:
- Andrew Luck is rolling now. The Colts quarterback threw four more touchdowns on Sunday, giving him eight in the past two weeks. Luck averaged 9.6 yards per attempt, posted a passer rating of 123.3 and -- perhaps most promising for Indianapolis -- was not sacked. His lone blemish was a Wesley Woodyard interception late in the second quarter. Luck is currently playing at a level that few of his peers can match.
- Charlie Whitehurst wasn't the reason why the Titans lost. Whitehurst threw a touchdown pass, had the Titans' longest run of the game and committed just one turnover on an interception that really wasn't his fault. But don't expect to hear cries of a controversy in Nashville. Whitehurst should resume his role as Clipboard Jesus as soon as Jake Locker is healthy.
- Watching Reggie Wayne, you'd never guess he was nearly 36 and coming off a major knee injury. Wayne was open all day and finished with seven catches for 119 yards. Not bad for a guy playing his 200th career game.
- The Titans are speeding toward irrelevancy. Ken Whisenhunt's team is riding a three-game losing streak and has allowed 74 points over the past two Sundays. This remains a team without an identity.
- The Colts got tricky in the first quarter, successfully converting an onside kick after their first touchdown of the afternoon. Punter Pat McAfee -- who's having a nice season -- delivered a perfect kick to set up the recovery. He was quite proud of himself afterward.