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Indianapolis Colts turn in their most dramatic comeback yet in 30 27 victory over TennesseeIndianapolis Colts Andrew Luck 12 throws against Tennessee Titans during the first half at LP Field in Nashville, Tennessee on Thursday, November 14, 2013. Matt Detrich / The Star(Photo: Matt Detrich / The Star)NASHVILLE, Tenn. Tempers were flaring, bodies were being thrown and there was even an indefensible headbutt, of all things.
"They took this personal," Pagano said. "They had, obviously, a point to prove."
The defense also provided some help, slamming the door shut on hot handed Tennessee running back Chris Johnson. He finished with 86 yards on 17 carries after starting with eight carries for 70 yards in the first quarter.
The first two quarters featured a rash of missed tackles, missed assignments and an overall lack of execution. Struggling to contend with the no huddle offense employed by the Titans at the game's outset, the Colts gave up two quick touchdowns and the game looked to be spiraling out of control.
The Indianapolis Colts, the picture of calm in so many adverse situations, looked like a group that had totally lost its composure as the Tennessee Titans proceeded to apply a beating in the first half Thursday night at LP Field.
Indianapolis notching another comeback win isn't unique. It's what they do, frankly. But the Colts played with such an appalling lack of discipline in the first half that their total turnaround in the second half was wholly unexpected even for them.
So, how did the Colts emerge to register a 30 27 victory that puts them in total command of the AFC South? By pulling themselves together and pouring their misguided emotion into something more positive than post play shoving matches.
"We came in at halftime and, after adjustments, the first thing we talked to the guys about was . foremost, let's not beat ourselves," Pagano said. "Let's keep our head and not hand them the game.".
When the Colts finally overcame their emotions, they rediscovered their identity. The drive that kicked things off a six minute, 27 second, 11 play gem of a drive to open the second half featured the kind of football the Colts and coach Chuck Pagano so often have promised. It was Fendi Bags Monster
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When the Titans started barreling downfield looking as though they might add a third touchdown, it gave rise to those tense moments in the second quarter. Erik Walden violently ripped off Fendi Bag Karl the helmet of tight end Delanie Walker after a whistle, then appeared to headbutt the helmet less Walker. That earned him a quick personal foul call and nearly started a rumble between players.
Then came a gift. The Colts recovered return man Devon Wylie's fumble on the ensuing kickoff at the Tennessee 20 yard line. That set up an 11 yard Andrew Luck touchdown run that put the Colts ahead for the first time.
Colts regrouped in the first 7:31 of the third quarter, turning a 17 6 halftime deficit into a 20 17 lead.
Not the sort of thing you expect from the cool Colts, right?
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was a development that was a long time in the making, but their play helped seal this win. It was an unlikely event given the unit's recent play.
Now the Colts (7 3) own a three game lead in the AFC South standings with six games to go. It would take a virtual catastrophe for them to not come out on top of the division.
"We just had to settle down," said cornerback Cassius Vaughn, who was temporarily sidetracked by his battle with receiver Nate Washington, drawing pass interference and unnecessary roughness penalties on consecutive plays.
"You have to maintain your composure at all times," Walden said. "I take full responsibility for that. It's something where I got caught up in the game and he got under my skin a little bit. There's no hard feelings. But I don't want that to happen again because it could cost your team. We feel like we can handle adversity. We can handle any situation. We always feel like we're in control. So, we stood up and made some plays."
"When we settled down," he added, "we channeled that energy and made the plays we had to make."
After a first half in which they were under assault and Luck was under constant harassment, the Colts' offensive line played solidly down the stretch, giving the Colts consistency in the running game and improved pass protection.
But none of this would've been possible if the Colts hadn't managed to weather the storm that threatened to blow everything up.
So often, the Colts have appeared undaunted in even the bleakest scenarios. But in the midst of a first half of domination by the Titans, the Colts were coming apart at the seams.
The Colts are a team with too much at stake to allow themselves to be distracted by side issues. But that's exactly what happened in the second quarter against Tennessee. Perhaps frustrated by their own ineptitude that caused them to fall behind 17 3 at one point, the Fendi Iphone Case Karlito
Tight end Coby Fleener also had a starring role, catching eight passes for 107 yards, both career highs. The Colts have been so disjointed on offense since the loss of receiver Reggie Wayne, but Fleener's night provided promise that he can establish himself as a reliable and much needed option in the passing game.
a clinic in power running and timely passing, capped by running back Donald Brown's aggressive 6 yard touchdown run.
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