SUMMARY: The Tennessee Titans looked more like the team which started 0-6 than the one with a five-game winning streak with costly penalties, turnovers, blown opportunities and an inability to score TDs in the redzone. Though the Titans statistically had more yards, first downs and won time of possession, a fumble by Ahmard Hall and an interception by Vince Young killed productive drives. Nate Washington dropped a beautiful deep pass by Young in the first half and penalties by Eugene Amano and Tony Brown, among others, kept the Titans from generating the momentum they needed to be competitive against the undefeated Colts. The Titans blew two first-and-goal opportunities which resulted in 0 points. Chris Johnson had 113 rushing yards but was held in check most of the day. Young finished the game 24-for-43 for 241 yards and two TDs. View full article What do you think about this story? post your comments below.