SUMMARY: The Tennessee Titans missed the franchise's first opportunity to finish 14-2 by falling to the Indianapolis Colts 23-0. Though both teams played mostly backups in the game, the Titans struggled on both sides of the football throughout the game. The defense allowed an opening 90-yard Colts drive and a total of 274 yards in the first half. Offensively, the Titans only generated one first down during the first half and 30 total yards. Vince Young played for the first time since the season opener and was 9-for-13 for 55 yards with another 25 yards rushing on five carries. Rob Bironas missed a 48-yard field goal try to the right early in the third quarter which was the Titans best scoring opportunity of the game. View full article What do you think about this story? post your comments below.