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Week 11 Sunday, 11/18/2018 1:00 PM
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TENNESSEE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-4+3.86-33-618.78.1299.0(5.2)
Road Games2-3+03-22-317.66.4304.0(5)1.816.08.2287.6(5.4)1.2
Last 3 Games2-1+2.73-01-227.014.7371.7(5.8)1.014.711.3308.3(6)0.7
Division Games2-0+4.62-00-214.58.5258.0(4.6)
TENNESSEE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.21.610.519.330:1626-107(4.2)22-3563.9%235(6.7)61-342(5.6)(15.8)
Offense Road Games17.66.419.231:4032-131(4.1)18-2963.0%173(5.9)61-304(5)(17.3)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.21.81119.930:2526-110(4.2)22-3563.9%239(6.8)61-350(5.7)(16.1)
Defense Road Games16.08.216.028:2025-94(3.7)18-2865.0%194(6.9)53-288(5.4)(18)
TENNESSEE - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 13-539.1%1-150.0%1-38(31)2-21(9.4)7-56
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.90.61.5 13-538.4%1-157.9%2-41(24.1)18-2(8.5)6-54
Stats Against (Road Games) 11-435.1%1-033.3%1-49(35.3)2-8(5.1)6-48

INDIANAPOLIS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-5-0.24-46-328.914.3379.8(5.7)1.626.613.4376.2(5.9)1.9
Home Games2-2-0.21-23-130.719.7400.0(6)1.225.511.7378.5(6)2.2
Last 3 Games3-0+32-02-136.022.0401.0(6.6)0.319.710.0355.0(6.2)2.3
Dome Games2-2-0.21-23-130.719.7400.0(6)1.225.511.7378.5(6)2.2
Division Games1-1-0.10-12-031.519.5422.0(6.4)1.531.518.5440.5(5.9)1.0
INDIANAPOLIS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)28.914.322.228:4725-114(4.6)27-4166.1%266(6.4)66-380(5.7)(13.1)
Opponents Defensive Avg.24.312.220.230:1126-112(4.3)23-3664.3%252(7)62-364(5.9)(15)
Offense Home Games30.719.722.730:1325-104(4.2)29-4270.1%296(7.1)66-400(6)(13)
Defense (All Games)26.613.421.932:1927-108(3.9)26-3672.0%268(7.4)63-376(5.9)(14.2)
Opponents Offensive Avg.20.910.719.430:1626-106(4.1)22-3563.7%235(6.7)61-341(5.6)(16.3)
Defense Home Games25.511.722.032:1728-111(4)24-3569.3%267(7.6)63-378(6)(14.8)
INDIANAPOLIS - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 12-543.7%1-057.1%2-49(21.9)1-6(4.3)8-72
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.61.6 13-537.5%1-150.1%2-43(22.8)15-2(8.8)6-56
Stats Against (Home Games) 12-646.0%1-066.7%3-67(22.2)1-5(5)8-67
Average power rating of opponents played: TENNESSEE 19.9,  INDIANAPOLIS 15.9
TENNESSEE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/23/2018@ JACKSONVILLE9-6W10W39.5U35-15013-21-83019-8721-34-1451
10/7/2018@ BUFFALO12-13L-6.5L38U25-10014-26-121343-14410-20-791
10/21/2018*LA CHARGERS19-20L7W46U33-16424-32-226116-4719-26-2970
11/5/2018@ DALLAS28-14W4W40O36-12521-29-215219-7221-32-2252
11/11/2018NEW ENGLAND34-10W6.5W46.5U36-15017-25-235019-4023-43-2440
11/18/2018@ INDIANAPOLIS            
11/26/2018@ HOUSTON            
12/2/2018NY JETS            
12/16/2018@ NY GIANTS            

INDIANAPOLIS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/23/2018@ PHILADELPHIA16-20L6.5W45U13-6825-41-141035-15225-37-2272
10/4/2018@ NEW ENGLAND24-38L10.5L49.5O21-8438-59-355323-9734-44-3412
10/14/2018@ NY JETS34-42L3L48O23-12723-43-301436-10724-30-2672
10/28/2018@ OAKLAND42-28W-3.5W51O40-22222-31-239019-10321-28-2441
12/2/2018@ JACKSONVILLE            
12/9/2018@ HOUSTON            
TENNESSEE: New coordinator Matt LaFleur is tasked with getting QB Marcus Mariota on track after a letdown 2017. LaFleur certainly has the pedigree, having worked under Sean McVay and Kyle Shanahan (maybe the two best offensive minds in football) in recent years. The RB duo of Derrick Henry and Dion Lewis should have success behind a solid O-line, and that would allow Mariota to thrive as a play-action passer (like Jared Goff did with LaFleur last year). New coordinator Dean Pees, Baltimore's DC for the past six seasons, inherits an improving unit. Anchored by monstrous DT Jurrell Casey, the Titans allowed just 3.6 yards per carry in 2017 (4th best in the NFL). The secondary is shaping up to be one of the best in football. Former Patriots CB Malcolm Butler joins physical CB Logan Ryan and speedster CB Adoree' Jackson, an impressive trio that frees up All-Pro S Kevin Byard to make huge plays.
INDIANAPOLIS: New head coach Frank Reich's most important task is to keep QB Andrew Luck healthy. Indy drafted G Quenton Nelson 6th overall and signed former Chargers G Matt Slauson in an attempt to protect their only star player, though Luck's receiving corps is extremely thin behind WR T.Y. Hilton. The expected improvement of the line should help the running game, which includes some promising young RBs in Marlon Mack and Jordan Wilkins. New coordinator Matt Eberflus will run a 4-3, zone-based defense that emphasizes athleticism. The problem is that he inherits arguably the worst defensive roster in recent NFL history. Aside from second-year S Malik Hooker and competent DE Jabaal Sheard, there simply isn't much to work with. The Colts ranked 30th in both yards and points allowed last year, and made no significant personnel additions in the offseason.
Titans hope to end Luck's mastery over them

Last week, the Tennessee Titans ended their seven-game losing streak against Tom Brady with a convincing 34-10 victory over the New England Patriots.

On Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, the Titans will try to halt their losing streak against another elite quarterback when they face the Colts. The Titans are 0-9 all time against Andrew Luck, and it is significant that the Titans' two wins against the Colts last season came when Luck was on the sidelines nursing a shoulder injury.

The Titans (5-4) have won two games in a row and are just a game out of first place in the AFC South. But the Colts (4-5) have won three in a row and are only a game behind the Titans in the same division.

And first-year Titans head coach Mike Vrabel is very much aware of the success Luck has had against his team.

"We talked about it this morning. We talked about how well they're playing, and the fact that they've won three games in a row, outscoring opponents, I think, in that time 100-something to 39," Vrabel said. "Twenty-nine points a game, everything they've done, the amount of turnovers they've created, how good they are on third down. Quarterback has only been hit nine times in four games. Some quarterbacks get hit nine times in a game, or a half. They are really protecting him.

"He never stares at a rusher, ever. His eyes are downfield. Some of those, where he used to scramble, he's stepping up and he's still looking for guys. So, he's extending plays, but he's extending them to throw, and that really is creating a lot of conversions for them on third down. Then after all that stuff, he's never lost to the Titans. They hopefully were very aware of the success that he's had against this organization."

Luck was 21 of 29 for 285 yards, three touchdowns, one interception and no sacks in last week's 29-26 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars. He has thrown 10 touchdown passes with just one pick during the three-game winning streak, and he was not sacked in any of those games.

The Colts are No. 1 in fewest sacks allowed per pass attempt at 2.6 percent.

The Titans rank in the middle of the pack with their 23 sacks, but they are No. 1 in the NFL in scoring defense, yielding just 16.8 points per game.

Tennessee used an array of blitzes, stunts and disguised defensive coverages to sack Brady three times. The Titans also pressured him six times and limited him to a season-low 51 percent completion rate. Veteran linebacker Wesley Woodyard was named AFC Defensive Player of the Week for his 12-tackle, 1.5-sack effort in the win over the Patriots.

The Titans hope to have similar success against Luck.

"Not just last week, but all year, it's a tough defense," Luck said of the Titans. "They've got playmakers all over the field, (Brian) Orakpo, (Jurrell) Casey, I know those are game-wreckers. They've got linebackers that can run. They've got cover guys, safety, corner, everywhere.

"It's a defense that presents a bunch of different looks. It's hard to get a bead on what they do. It's a great challenge for us as an offense, a really, really good defense. We certainly have our work cut out for us."

Orakpo sees no difference between this season's version of Luck and the Luck he saw before the shoulder injury.

"Luck is back. Luck is back and in full effect and we have to be prepared for Luck to do his thing, like he's been doing for them on this streak they're on. Luck is a tough quarterback and he's back playing at a high level. Their record proves it on the streak they're on right now," Orakpo said.

The Titans will counter with Marcus Mariota, who also has played well recently. He has thrown four touchdown passes with no interceptions during the two-game winning streak after tossing just three touchdown passes with five interceptions in his previous six games.

He is supported by running backs Dion Lewis and Derrick Henry, who share the running chores, with Lewis getting a few more chances lately. Neither has been outstanding as each averages just 3.5 yards per carry.

However, they may have some success against a Colts defense that ranks 23rd in the league in total defense and 26th in scoring defense, yielding 26.6 points per game.

The Colts' running game is centered on Marlon Mack, who had just 29 rushing yards against Jacksonville but had more than 100 yards on the ground in each of the two previous games.

Luck's main passing target has been tight end Eric Ebron, who leads all tight ends with nine touchdown receptions, and his three-touchdown performance against the Jaguars included a 2-yard scoring run.

Last Updated: 5/26/2020 6:03:45 AM EST

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