Scouting review: How Titans took advantage of susceptible Colts

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Penalties were the name of the game in Indianapolis. Awful officiating dictated the pace and play of the game and that should never happen in the NFL.

Ultimately the Titans won in overtime, 34-31.

Carson Wentz played a solid game until around 1:33 left in the fourth quarter when he threw that awful interception to Elijah Molden to give the Titans a lead.

Elijah Molden

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Backed up on the goal line, the Colts wanted to run a screen pass, but Nyheim Hines quit on the screen play designed to go to Moe Alie-Cox, turning toward the back judge and his back to the quarterback looking for a pass interference call while his QB was looking to pass it to him to get rid of the ball.

Both are at fault. Hines must finish the play before complaining to the officials. Wentz must get rid of the ball without panicking.

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