A blocked field goal turned touchdown gave the Titans their first lead of the game with five minutes remaining, and they never looked back.
He's now 16-of-23 on field goals this year, and just 21-of-27 on extra points (he hit one of those today). Brissett started off the game hot, making smart, quick decisions and looking like a quarterback capable of leading the Colts where they want to go.
Titans: Finish a two-game road trip next Sunday at Oakland. Including Tennessee's field goal return for a touchdown, 17 of the Titans' 31 points came off of turnovers.
The Colts racked up 391 yards of total offense, but Jacoby Brissett's two interceptions were absolute back-breakers. Tannehill made it official a couple plays later, but Brissett sealed the Colts' fate Sunday with that throw.
Now, we did see some of the same old problems that plagued the Titans earlier in the season (we'll get to that later), but the Titans were able to right the ship and pull out a win.
Again, the Colts need to be able to count on their kicker to make at least one of his two field goals from 50 yards away, but they certainly did him no favors by making the task so hard.
The Colts recorded a season-high six sacks along along with two forced fumbles in those first three quarters, but even the stout defense fell apart late. He rushed for 149 yards and a touchdown, his third game in a row with more than 140 rushing yards. Tannehill was 17 of 22 with 182 yards and two TD passes as he improved to 5-1 as Tennessee's starter.
The Titans will travel to Indianapolis for the second time this season and face the colts in an AFC South matchup. Safety Kenny Moore II also left with an ankle injury in the second half.