Quick Take: Titans (9-6) at Colts (13-2)

Last meeting
The Titans gave the Colts a run for their money in Week 2, rushing for 141 yards. But it wasn't enough, as Indianapolis held of Tennessee, 22-20.

The Colts have won eight of the last nine and lead the overall series, 14-10.

Last week
The Titans held the Jets to a touchdown (Mike Nugent missed the extra point attempt) and ran for 127 yards in a 10-6 victory to keep their playoff hopes alive. ... Peyton Manning recorded 311 passing yards and three touchdowns as Indianapolis held the Texans to 66 rushing yards in the Colts' 38-15 rout of the Houston Texans.

At stake
For the Titans, it's as simple it gets: win and they're in. Lose, and they hand the Browns a playoff berth. ... The Colts have locked up the No. 2 seed in the AFC. Complete playoff picture.

Key matchup
Titans quarterback Vince Young vs. Colts secondary. We know the Titans can run, as they average 134.1 yards per game. While Young is a big part of that ground attack, against the Colts' top-ranked pass defense, he'll need to do better than the 159.3 yards passing that he's averaged over his last three games.

Did you know?
All 22 of the Colts' starters last week have played their entire careers with Indianapolis.

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