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Score Prediction: Colts Absolutely Demolished In Dreadful Loss To Titans

The Tennessee Titans swept the Colts last season, including an overtime win on the back of a Carson Wentz interception. Will they make it four games in a row?

The Colts take on the Tennessee Titans in an AFC South battle when Ryan Tannehill, Derrick Henry, and company come to Lucas Oil on Sunday. James Schmeits, Host of the Titans Tilt Podcast, joins the Indy Intercept staff to predict the final score of Sunday’s game.

James Schmeits: Titans 27, Colts 17

Tennessee’s offense looks to have finally started to find their groove against the Raiders in Week Three. The line settled in, “King [Henry]” ran with force, and Robert Woods finally arrived. Treylon Burks is due for a breakout game anytime soon. If Bud Dupree recovers from his hip injury and plays, Matt Ryan and the Colts’ offensive line are going to be in for a long day. Titans win a thriller.

Whiteboard Wednesday Wk.4 #Titans vs. #Colts. TE Jelani Woods has become a red zone weapon. Let’s take a look at one of the things Tennessee can try to do to neutralize him. — TURRON DAVENPORT (@TDavenport_NFL) September 28, 2022

Chip Bennett: Colts 34, Titans 13

Somehow, the offensive line finds a way to protect Ryan and open running lanes. The team has too many receiving weapons for the Titans to contain, and Jonathan Taylor goes off. The team’s run defense mostly bottles up Henry, and the pass rush continues to generate more pressure.

Justin Perkins: Colts 30, Titans 23

Building off Week Three’s successes against the Chiefs, I’m looking for the receiving core of the Colts to step up and provide more targets for Matt Ryan this week. A good dose of Jonathan Taylor is needed to control the clock. The team’s defense keeping Derrick Henry under 100 yards is the goal and building upon the the pressure put on Patrick Mahomes last week. This should be a close game until late in the third quarter where the Colts will pull away.

Kev Massing: Colts 23, Titans 17

I am expecting Pittman and Pierce to continue to build a rapport with Ryan, opening up running lanes. Jonathan Taylor should return to form with a bounce-back performance. The Colts’ defense contains Derrick Henry early, forcing Tennesee into a pass-heavy second half.

WATCH || The #Titans have their work cut out for them this weekend against the #Colts. Not only does Indy have a top running back, they also have a top run defense. — Niki Lattarulo (@NikiLattarulo) September 30, 2022

Christopher Lewis: Colts 24, Titans 17

The Colts’ defense will continue to build off the solid outing against the Chiefs, and Gus Bradley will continue to mix up coverages. I expect the offense to take another step forward, with Pittman, Pierce, and Woods building some rapport with Matt Ryan.

Boom McGinty: Colts 42, Titans 10

This week the offense finally has a coming out party. The Colts will force the Titans to go with Malik Willis in the fourth quarter. Matt spreads the wealth with four passing touchdowns. Nyheim Hines and Jonathan Taylor each get a rushing touchdown. Derrick Henry is held to 53 yards rushing. Defense gets three turnovers. #AttackOnTitans

Meghan Hall: Colts 24, Titans 17

I also am taking the Colts to win with the same score as predicted by Chris. Right now, I can’t see this team scoring more than that. Last week was great to finally see some sort of offensive identity since the fourth quarter in Houston, but I am concerned about the lack of production still. Given the offensive line woes and currently compounding obstacle of lack of awareness and ball security by Matt Ryan, I won’t predict more than that.

That said, the Titans defense is currently ranked in the bottom portion of the league in yards given up per game (over 400) and rush yards given up at 145. If the defense can continue to play lights out, my hope is that the offense will find a way to match their energy. Again, prove to me that you deserve to be among the best in the league.

Final 😑 #INDvsTEN — Tennessee Titans (@Titans) November 13, 2020

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