The Colts played a good first half overall against the Tennessee Titans, but a late mistake allowed the division rival right back into the game, as the Colts take a 20-10 lead into halftime. The Titans receive the ball to start the second half.
As the Colts were throwing the ball near the end of the first half trying to get another score, Andrew Luck made a completely awful throw that wobbled in the air right to a Titans defender. A few plays later, Charlie Whitehurst hit Delanie Walker for the touchdown.
Overall, though, the Colts offense looked good. The Titans defense entered the game allowing just 170 yards per game through the air, and in the first half Luck threw for 218. He completed 17 of 27 passes for 218 yards, a touchdown and a pick. T.Y. Hilton caught 5 passes for 95 yards in the first half.
Also, Reggie Wayne played in his 200th career game today for the Colts, joining only Peyton Manning and Johnny Unitas as those to do it with the franchise. Reggie also extended his streak of catching at least three balls a game to 75-consecutive games, moved into seventh place all-time in catches, and tenth place all-time in yards.
The Colts defense "forced" two turnovers in the first half, Adam Vinatieri hit two field goals, and Pat McAfee executed a perfect onside kick (with Griff Whalen recovering) and the coaches were much more aggressive. Outside of the Luck pick at the end of the first half, it was a good half. But the Titans are back in this game now after capitalizing on the turnover.
Here's your open thread for the second half.