The Indianapolis Colts (1-2) will stay in the division this week as they host the Tennessee Titans (1-2) on Sunday, September 28. Kickoff at Lucas Oil Stadium is slated for 1 p.m. EDT.
The Colts have won the past eight games against AFC South opponents, which is currently the longest division game winning streak in the NFL. Indianapolis is also on a five-game winning streak over Tennessee and has won 10 out of the last 11 matchups dating back to 2008.
Last week, the Colts earned their first victory of the season by defeating the Jacksonville Jaguars, 44-17. The 44 points are the most scored in a game by the team since Dec. 9, 2007, while Indianapolis' 529 net yards rank as the 10th-most in a single game in franchise history.
Quarterback Andrew Luck completed 31-of-39 passes for 370 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions for a career-high 140.4 passer rating. Nine different receivers caught at least two passes from Luck. Defensively, cornerbacks Vontae Davis and Greg Toler recorded interceptions, with Toler returning his for a touchdown. Darius Butler recovered a fumble, marking his fifth takeaway in the past three games at EverBank Field.
Tennessee fell to the Cincinnati Bengals, 33-7, in last week's game at Paul Brown Stadium. Quarterback Jake Locker completed 17-of-34 passes for 185 yards and two interceptions. Linebacker Wesley Woodyard led the team with nine tackles, including five solo stops.