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NASHVILLE — The Colts beat the Titans 31-28 in overtime, keeping their playoff hopes alive. The game was packed with exciting moments, including a fumble and a lost fumble, a blocked punt for a touchdown, a forced fumble on a punt, a pick-two, a missed PAT, and an overtime lead change.


Gardner Minshew connected with Alec Pierce for a 55-yard pass, setting up a first-and-goal from the Titans’ four-yard line. This led to a walk-off touchdown pass from Minshew to Michael Pittman Jr.


The Colts’ victory advanced their record to 7-5, securing their control over an AFC playoff spot going into Week 14.

Titans scored first with Henry’s 22-yard TD run, but the Colts quickly responded with a 36-yard TD pass to Pierce. In the first half, the Colts faced challenges with no third-down conversions and limited rushing yards for Moss, but still managed to close the gap to 17-13 at halftime with two field goals by Matt Gay.


In the second half, the Colts put together a 19-play, 70-yard drive, resulting in another field goal from kicker Gay, which brought them within one point of the Titans. The game took a dramatic turn when safety Nick Cross blocked a punt, allowing Grant Stuard to return it for a touchdown. Though the Titans narrowed the gap with a successful defensive play, they ultimately failed to convert a two-point attempt.


The Colts led 25-19 with a field goal, but the Titans tied the game at 25 with a touchdown. Despite the Titans being undefeated at home, the Colts won their third overtime game of the year.

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