Found October 30, 2011 on Total Titans:
The Tennesseee Titans today returned to the winning ways at LP Field by beating the winless Indianapolis Colts by a final of 27-10.While the Colts started very slowly, the Titans got a big pass to Damian Williams to set up a long field goal by Rob Bironas to open scoring in the first quarter, then got another big break when Patrick Bailey blocked a Colts punt in the end zone and Jason McCourty got his first and probably easiest ever NFL touchdown by simply catching the ball. Another long pass to Williams set up another long Bironas field goal to make it 13-0, then the first good offensive possession of the game at the end of the first half ended in a Nate Washington touchdown to give the Titans a 20-0 halftime lead.Offensively, the Colts had a lot more success in the second half, at one point halving the deficit, but a Curtis Painter pass was tipped at the line of scrimmage by Jason Jones and went right to Barrett Ruud. Seven plays later, Nate Washington had his second touchdown of ...
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