Titans push Colts around, move to third in weekly AFC scramble

INDIANAPOLIS -- So often there was so much space in Derrick Henry’s lane when he took the ball from Ryan Tannehill, I thought the high-angle perch of the Lucas Oil press box was deceiving me.

Henry’s clear vision and the bug eyes he jokes about were not a requirement for him Sunday afternoon at Lucas Oil Stadium, when another one of his monster rushing games put the Titans in position for big revenge and a 45-26 win over the Colts. He had that much room.HenryINDscoreboard20

Indianapolis was without DeForest Buckner and Denico Autry up front because of Covid issues and the offensive line on the other side were the aggressors from the start, moving, turning and driving people where they needed them to be to get Henry started.

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