Colts' snap counts from 31-17 loss to Titans

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Sunday marked just the third time in Vinatieri's 24-year career that he missed three field goals in a game. But all the Colts can control from this point is how they respond over their final four games; Reich said owner Jim Irsay challenged his team after the game to figure out a way to go 4-0 from this point to finish 10-6.

They had said all week that the past didn't matter and that this was a different team than the ones that had suffered all those losses against the Colts. Key number two about the Titans receivers.

Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kalif Raymond (14) lies in the end zone after a touchdown in front of Indianapolis Colts defensive back Rolan Milligan (42) during the second half of an NFL football game in Indianapolis, Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019.

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After Henry's run cut the deficit to three, Kevin Byard intercepted Jacoby Brissett on the first play of the ensuing possession. Adam Vinatieri misses 3 kicks with 2 of them blocked, and one returned for a touchdown. Don't let anyone fool you, for the Titans to get to where they ultimately want to go, they had to beat the Colts. He may not have any weapons to throw to, but those mistakes can't be made.

It continues a season of struggles for the 46-year-old.

Indy also lost a fumble deep in Tennessee territory with two minutes left when the Titans won a challenge. But he turned the page quickly and rewarded the Titans for sticking with him, registering his third straight game of 100 or more rushing yards with 149 on 26 carries. He was 25-of-40 for 319 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions. They couldn't block on field goals for some reason, and as a result it was a 13-point swing. He was filling in for an injured Kenny Moore (ankle).

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