The Indianapolis Colts (10-5) will close the 2014 regular season with the Tennessee Titans (2-13) on Sunday at LP Field. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. EST.
With a win this weekend, the Colts can claim their third consecutive 11-win season, which would make Chuck Pagano only the second head coach in NFL history to post 11-or-more wins in each of his first three season with a team.
Indianapolis will try to finish 6-0 against division opponents in two straight season, which would mark the first time the team has accomplished that in franchise history.
The Colts lead the Titans in the all-time head-to-head series, 26-13, including a 10-7 mark on the road. The Colts have won the last six matchups and 11 of the last 12 dating back to 2008.
Last week, Indianapolis fell to Dallas, 42-7, as it was held to a season-low 229 total net yards. Wide receiver Hakeem Nicks recorded season highs of nine receptions for 72 yards. Running back Zurlon Tipton scored the only touchdown of the day for the Colts, the first of his career, on a one-yard pass from quarterback Matt Hasselbeck. Defensively, inside linebacker Jerrell Freeman led the team with 12 tackles and defensive tackle Arthur Jones added a sack.
Tennessee lost its ninth straight game of the season at Jacksonville last week on Thursday Night Football, 21-13. Charlie Whitehurst started at quarterback and threw for 287 yards and a touchdown. Running back Leon Washington had a game-high seven receptions for 62 yards and a touchdown.