quick take: colts-titans

It was over when ...

Pierre Garcon caught six balls for a career-high 136 yards Sunday.

(Michael Conroy / Associated Press)

Matt Stover kicked a 36-yard field goal, giving the Colts a 27-10 lead with 3:14 remaining.

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Joseph Addai carried the ball 21 times for 79 yards and scored Indianapolis' first two touchdowns. He also added three catches for 17 yards and had five carries in the fourth quarter that helped the Colts take valuable time off the clock.

Key Stat

When the Titans turn the ball over, they generally lose. They committed 18 in their first six games, all defeats, followed by a five-game winning streak in which they only turned the ball over three times. Against Indianapolis, Tennessee turned the ball over twice, including a Vince Young interception that the Colts converted into a touchdown.


Indianapolis recorded its 21st consecutive regular-season win, tying the mark set by the Patriots in 2006-08. ... The Colts swept the season series vs. the Titans for the first time since 2005. ... The Titans have lost six of their last seven games at Indianapolis. ... With 113 rushing yards, Titans RB Chris Johnson tied Earl Campbell's franchise record with his seventh straight game with at least 100 yards rushing.

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