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Rhodes on a roll: With RB Joseph Addai expected to miss up to a month with a hamstring injury, Indy's rushing attack has not missed a beat with backup Dominic Rhodes. Since Addai went down in the first quarter of Week 6, Rhodes has totaled 45 carries for 146 yards and three touchdowns, as well as four catches for 41 yards. Rhodes faces the league's eighth-ranked rush defense this week.
White having his way: A week after recording a paltry 4 yards on three carries, White ripped off a career-high 149 yards and three touchdowns vs. the Chiefs. Tennessee's offense is built to run the ball and it is doing that at a pace of more than 34 times per game. Could be another big week; only four teams are ranked below the Colts in rush defense.
Tennessee's O-line clicking: White and rookie Chris Johnson deserve plenty of credit for the success of Tennessee's running game, but Jeff Fisher's offensive line is what keeps this offense rolling. In addition to aiding a ground game that averages 154.5 yards per game, Tennessee's offensive line of center Kevin Mawae, tackles David Stewart and Michael Roos, and guards Jake Scott and Eugene Amano have allowed just two sacks all season.
Did you know?
The Colts are looking for their eighth consecutive win on Monday Night Football. ... Tennessee is playing on Monday night for the first time since facing the Chiefs on Dec. 13, 2004. ... Johnson leads the AFC with 549 rushing yards. ... Tennessee's defense ranks first in the AFC with 10 interceptions.