CHRIS JOHNSON ONE YARD SHORT OF 100
HASSELBECK HAS EFFICIENT DAY:
HASSELBECK GETS TO 200 TD PASSES: In the second quarter, Matt Hasselbeck’s 23-yard touchdown pass to
INTERCEPTION FOR GRIFFIN: In the third quarter, safety
AYERS SACK: In the third quarter, linebacker
WRIGHT’S THIRD TOUCHDOWN: Late in the first half, rookie wide receiver Kendall Wright scored his third career touchdown on a 23-yard pass from Matt Hasselbeck.
BLOCKED FIELD GOAL FOR GRIFFIN: Michael Griffin blocked Adam Vinatieri’s 37-yard field goal as time expired in the first half. The blocked field goal was the first of Griffin's career and the first by a Titans player since Jacob Ford’s block against Jacksonville on Dec. 5, 2010.
WIMBLEY AND MORGAN SHARE A SACK: Late in the second quarter, defensive ends
LONG SCORING DRIVE: The Titans’ first scoring drive of the game, which took seven minutes and 25 seconds and resulted in a
TITANS SCORE ON FIRST DRIVE: On their opening drive of the game, the Titans scored on a 39-yard field goal by Rob Bironas. It marked the third game in a row they scored on their opening drive, following a field goal against the Steelers on Oct. 11 and a touchdown at Buffalo on Oct. 21. They scored in one additional first drive in 2012, a field goal against the Patriots on Sept. 9.
BIRONAS KICKS NO. 200: In the first quarter, Rob Bironas gave the Titans a 3-0 lead with a 39-yard field goal. In doing so, he joined Al Del Greco as the only players in franchise history to reach 200 career field goals. Bironas added a 30-yarder in the fourth quarter.
WASHINGTON EXTENDS STREAK: With a 10-yard reception in the first quarter, wide receiver
TITANS LOSE TWO OFFENSIVE LINEMEN ON SAME PLAY: Less than seven minutes into the game, right tackle
ROOS’ STREAK ENDS: For the first time in his eight-year career, Titans tackle Michael Roos did not start. He was inactive against the Colts due to the emergency appendectomy he underwent on Monday, Oct. 22. Roos’ streak of 119 consecutive starts ranked second among all NFL tackles (Jeff Backus, 181) entering the week’s games.
STEWART REACHES 100: While Titans left tackle Michael Roos missed a game for the first time in his career, the team’s right tackle, David Stewart, played in and started his 100th career game. Roos (second round) and Stewart (fourth round) were both selected by the Titans in the 2005 NFL Draft.
OTTO MAKES THIRD CAREER START: With Michael Roos missing the first game of his career, fifth-year veteran
WITHERSPOON’S STREAK ENDS AS WELL: In addition to Michael Roos, the Titans had another player end a long consecutive games streak against the Colts. Linebacker
FIRST TITANS GAME FOR WILSON AND ADIBI: The Titans made a pair of additions to their 53-man roster in the days leading up to the game, and both played against the Colts. Safety
INACTIVES: The Titans’ seven inactive players against the Bills were quarterback