NASHVILLE, Tenn. – With second-half adjustments that produced a far better pass rush and more effective offense, Titans weaved their way to a complicated 36-23 win over the Colts Monday night.

It ended an 11-game losing streak to Indianapolis and got the Titans to 3-3, even with the Texans and Jaguars atop the AFC South.TitansDoubleLogo

Marcus Mariota threw a horrific pick-6 to John Simon in the third quarter but rebounded to engineer a go-ahead drive that moved the score to 22-19 with 10:01 remaining.

The Colts evened it out, but Mariota and the offense recovered and he lofted a pretty 53-yard TD pass to up the right side rookie Taywan Taylor for a lead that stood up.

The defense got a stop on Indianapolis’ nerve-wracking final charge.

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