Scout's Take: Philip Rivers' low trajectory will give Titans more chances to tip passes

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Colts are 5-3 and they rely heavily on their defense and offensive lines to win them ball games.

These aren’t the same teams that had Peyton Manning and Andrew Luck and high-profile offenses from 1998 to 2018.

This team needs a strong run defense and the ability to rush the passer to have success.SnapIndy

The Colts’ run defense is third in rushing yards allowed with 83 per game, third in passing yards allowed with 206 per game and third in points allowed. With a No. 1 overall defense.

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