The Titans lead the Colts, 10-3, in an AFC South slog in Nashville. Tennessee's defense has kept Andrew Luck and the Colts offense in check throughout the first 30 minutes. Luck is 11 of 18 for 126 yards, but Indy has yet to find the end zone. They had an opportunity to cut the deficit to four with a field goal in the final seconds, but Tennessee burst through the line and blocked the attempt to maintain the seven-point lead.
The lone touchdown of the first half came on a beautiful catch by rookie Kendall Wright. Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck lobbed it into the end zone, and Wright dragged his feet along the left boundary to come down with it. The 23-yard touchdown broke the 3-3 tie, and capped a solid first have for Tennessee's veteran QB -- Hasselbeck has thrown just three incompletions. The Wright touchdown was the one real highlight in a relatively uneventful game so far, but don't tell that to this oddly-attired Titans fan: