Scouting preview: Titans' pass rush should keep it going in Indy

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Colts are a different team than they were in Week Three.

They will be amped up and will treat this game like a playoff game to win the division.

A win will pull them to one game back and a split of the series.

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Kevin Byard/ pool photo, Donald Page, Tennessee Titans

Indianapolis quarterback Carson Wentz is finally healthy and left guard Quenton Nelson, first-round defensive end Kwity Paye and their best cornerback Xavier Rhodes are playing.

The Colts have utilized their best strength on offense with a running game that ranks ninth in the NFL and has multiple options to carry the ball.

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