Scout's take: Why Titans' coaches deserve credit for win in Indy

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Frank Reich’s tenure is about over in Indianapolis, and it should be.

The Colts have been one of the most underperforming teams in the NFL the last few seasons.

While chasing their next franchise QB they have put their teams' hopes on players who once had success but are in the declining years of their careers.

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Philips Rivers, Carson Wentz and now Matt Ryan were done when the Colts acquired them.

The Titans have been the beneficiary of the Colts’ bad personnel moves and even worse coaching decisions by their rival.

Sunday was no different.

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