Colts Rally Past Titans in Thursday Night NFL
Published on November 15 2013 11:32 am
Last Updated on November 15 2013 11:32 am
Written by Millie Lange
Colts Rally Past Titans
(Nashville, TN) -- The Colts scored 17 points in the third quarter to power past the Titans 30-27 in a battle of AFC South teams at LP Field. Donald Brown rushed for two touchdowns while quarterback Andrew Luck had another for Indianapolis, which moved three games up on the Titans for first in the division. Tennessee shot out to a 14-0 first-quarter lead but couldn't hang on down the stretch.
Bears Face Ravens
(Chicago, IL) -- The Chicago Bears host the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. The Bears will be without quarterback Jay Cutler. Josh McCown will start in his place. Chicago is 5-4 overall after a loss to Detroit last weekend. Baltimore is 4-5 following a 20-17 win over Cincinnati in Week 10.
Rams' Austin Wins Special Teams Honor
(Earth City, MO) -- Rams rookie wide receiver Tavon Austin is the NFC's Special Teams Player of the Week. Austin scored three touchdowns for the Rams last weekend, including a 98-yard punt return for a TD. The Rams are on their bye this weekend.
Jets Agree To Terms With Safety Ed Reed
(Florham Park, NJ) -- Veteran safety Ed Reed is resuming his career in the Big Apple. The New York Jets have agreed to terms with the 35-year-old, who cleared waivers after being released this week by the Houston Texans. Head coach Rex Ryan says Reed is a guy who can step in and pick things up right away.
Reed spent 11 seasons with the Baltimore Ravens, but signed with Houston as a free agent in the offseason. The nine-time Pro Bowler had 16 tackles and no interceptions in seven games with Houston. Reed said the Texans were outplayed and outcoached after Houston lost at Arizona on Sunday and we was let go just two days later. The 5-4 Jets take on the 3-7 Buffalo Bills this Sunday.
Thursday, November 14 Scoreboard
Indianapolis Colts 30, Tennessee Titans 27