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Posts Tagged ‘AFC South Division.’

BENGALS NOTES: Lose at Indianapolis, 23-17

The Indianpolis Colts have been getting by all season using second and third string players.

On Sunday, with eight starters out of the lineup, the Cincinnati Bengals could not beat the Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, and lost 23-17. The Colts have won 17 of their last 18 games.

The Bengals have several chances to win the game, but committed five turnovers which halped the Colts move to 6-3 and leave them alone in first place in the AFC South Division.

Peyton Manning (file photo)

Manning did not have dominating stats, but just good enough to win, completing 20 of 36 passing for 185 yards and no touchdowns. That is the second game this season when be did not throw a touchdown.

The struggling Bengals, who don’t use trick plays enough, pulled one off on the Colts. On fourth-and-1-at their own 24-yard line, Cincinnati pulled punter Kevin Huber off the field and allowed running back Brian Leonard to run for 42 yards for the first down.

GAME NOTES

* Placekicker Mike Nugent season has come to an end after suffering a right knee injury on an onside kick in Sunday’s game. He was 15 of 19 on field gaols this season.

* The Bengals offensive line did a good job against the Colts pass rushing tandem of Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis. They only allowed three sacks the whole game.

* Bengals rookie Carlos Dunlap picked up his first NFL sack, in the fourth quarter dropping Peyton Manning for a 4-yard loss.

compiled from staff, NFL & Cincinnati Bengals news

Peyton Manning leads Colts back to the top of the AFC South with win

Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts got their inconsistent offense rolling Monday night with a 30-17 win over a team that beat them earlier in the season, the Houston Texans.

Manning threw for two touchdowns and Mike Hart ran for a career-high 84 yards, Jacob Tamme scored his first NFL touchdown. Manning was 26 of 45 for 268 yards.

Peyton Manning (file photo)

The 5-2 Colts have won three straight games have vaulted themselves into sole possession of first place in the AFC South Division for the first time in 2010. The defending American Football Conference champions evened the series with Houston (4-3) despite playing on offense without tight end Dallas Clark, wide receiver Austin Collie and running back Joseph Addai.

The Colts built a 17-3 halftime lead and held off the stubborn Texans who play everybody tough.

Texans talented quarterback Matt Schaub struggled for most of the game, finishing up 22 of 38 for 201 yards with one touchdown and one interception.

compiled from staff, Indianpolis Colts & NFL news

MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: Kerry Collins rescues Tennessee again!

The Tennessee Titans won the battle of backup quarterbacks Monday night as the humbled the Jacksonville Jaguars, 30-3 in Jacksonville, Florida.

The win put them in a three-way tie for first in the AFC South Division with Indianapolis and Houston.

Kerry Collins (NFL)

Vince Young was knocked out of the game on the second series because of a sprained left knee, and Kerry Collins led the 4-2 Titans on five scoring drives in a row.

Chris Johnson finished with 111 yards rushing on 20 carries for Tennessee.

David Garrard left the game late in the first half with a concussion and was replaced by Trent Edwards.

On three drives inside the Tennessee 20-yard line, Jacksonville, now 3-3, turned it over twice and had to settle for a field goal.

compiled from staff & NFL news