Behind Enemy Lines: An Inside Look at the Indianapolis Colts

NASHVILLE – The Titans face the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday at Nissan Stadium.

Here’s a look at the Colts:

Record: 0-1.

Last game: Lost 30-24 to Chargers in overtime.

Points for/against: 24.0 ppg/30.0 ppg.

NFL RANKINGS

Offense: 15th overall, 376.0 ypg (2nd rushing, 27th passing).

Defense: 24th overall, 435.0 ypg (23rd rushing, 21st passing).

TEAM LEADERS

Head coach: Frank Reich.

Offense:

QB: Jacoby Brissett (21-of-27, 190 yards, 2 TDs, 0 INTs, 120.7 rating).

Top RB: Marlon Mack (25 carries, 174 yards, 2 TDs).

Top WR: T.Y Hilton (8 catches, 87 yards, 2 TDs).

Top TE: Eric Ebron (1 catch, 8 yards, 0 TDs).

Defense:

Sacks: DE Justin Houston (1.0).

Leading tackler: LB Anthony Walker (4).

Interceptions: S Malik Hooker (1).

Take/Give: plus-2.

Kicker: Adam Vinatieri (1-of-3).

Punter: Rigoberto Sanchez (36.0).

Last meeting: December 30, 2018: Colts 33, Titans 17.

Injury Report

-DE Jabaal Sheard (knee)

-DE Kemoko Turay (neck)

-RB Jonathan Williams (rib)

Titans coach Mike Vrabel on on the biggest difference in skillset between Andrew Luck and Jacoby Brissett:

“All I know is that Jacoby (Brissett) has got a really good grasp of the offense. He’s played in big games, whether that be in New England or Indianapolis. He was very efficient with the football last week. He took care of it. He’s got a strong arm, he can move, he can scramble, so he’s able to run whatever they need him to do.”

Colts coach Frank Reich on the biggest impact of having a division matchup early in the season:

“Every game is critically important. You can’t get it back, so the division games always take on more emphasis, especially early in the year. You want to feel like for the team that wins this game, it’s going to be a big step, a big momentum maker for the team. Winning the division is the first and foremost goal of most teams, so this goes a long way towards that goal.”

TitansOnline.com looks back at the all-time series with the Indianapolis Colts. (AP Photos)

BE A PART OF HISTORY

This Sunday, September 15 will be a special day as the Titans retire QB Steve McNair’s No. 9 jersey and RB Eddie George’s No. 27 jersey during halftime of the team's home opener vs the Indianapolis Colts.

Don't miss this amazing day in franchise history!

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