Scout's Take: How the Titans blocked the Colts so well

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans did exactly what they needed to do to come out with the win and on top of the division.

They won time of possession with 35:33 of offense, attacked the depleted defensive line of the Colts and rode their best and most consistent player in Derrick Henry.AJBrownIND

The Titans mixed in short passes with long run-after-catch from A.J. Brown and it was a perfect situation for a team starting their third left tackle of the season in David Quessenberry. The run game and short passing game and lack of an inside defensive presence for the Colts' defense took the pressure off the offensive line group.

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