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Tennessee Titans @ Indianapolis Colts – CBS, 1:00 PM
Luck strong from a clean pocket
Andrew Luck has been kept clean at a higher rate than ever before in his career, and he is responding with excellent production.
Hilton’s deep targets down
Luck and T.Y. Hilton was once one of the premier deep tandems, but Hilton has seen a steep decline in deep targets this year.
Colts stopping the run
The Colts’ defense was not expected to be one of the better units in the league this season, but they have made their mark against the run.
Hooker doing his job
Malik Hooker has bounced back nicely from injury to earn a 79.7 overall grade and a 79.3 coverage grade on the season, which ranks 12th and 10th among qualifying safeties, respectively.
Mariota the running threat
Marcus Mariota has been one of the league’s premier running quarterbacks. He’s earned a 78.4 rushing grade on the season, which is fourth-highest among all quarterbacks.
Mariota doing well under pressure
Mariota has generated an 80.6 passer rating and a 78.6% adjusted completion percentage when he’s been under pressure this season.
Butler’s coverage collapse
Malcolm Butler has struggled in coverage for the Titans, earning a 55.3 overall grade that ranks 111th among qualifying corners.
Jackson making up for it
On the flip side, Adoree’ Jackson has been impressive for the Titans this season and has helped to strengthen the secondary.