Titans RB Chris Johnson darted in from one yard out to give Tennessee their first offensive touchdown since week ten against the Miami Dolphins, which was a really long time ago. The seven-play, 55-yard scoring drive followed a quick Colts score — a 19-yard pass from QB Peyton Manning to WR Pierre Garcon — set up by an overly snapped punt.
At halftime, the Colts have outgained the Titans 197 to 147, which is much closer than it looked like it would be early on. Manning has completed 15 of 22 for 179 yards and two touchdowns. And good news, Colts fans: no picks. RB Javarris James leads the inconsequential Indy running game with 19 yards, while WR Reggie Wayne’s 60 leads all receivers.
Titans QB Kerry Collins is up to 97 yards on eight-of-15 passing, aided by Johnson’s 50 yards on 13 attempts. WR Nate Washington leads Tennessee’s receivers with 35.
The Titans turned the ball over twice in the half, with that punt mishap preceded by a Kenny Britt fumble.