Colts’ player of the game vs. Titans: Michael Pittman Jr.

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In a frustrating overtime loss against the Tennessee Titans (6-2), the Indianapolis Colts (3-5) fall three games back of their division rivals in the race for the AFC South. In this loss, Michael Pittman Jr. was able to continue his impressive sophomore season with an impressive afternoon.

He finished the game with 10 catches for 86 yards and two first-quarter touchdowns. The Titans did not seem to have an answer for Pittman early on but definitely recovered as the game went on.

Wentz and Pittman are developing a relationship that is slowly becoming one of the best quarterback-receiver combos in the league. Sadly, the Colts could not come away with a win to emphasize this dominant performance.

While this loss was heartbreaking, the Colts will have to put it in the rearview mirror as they host the Jets this Thursday night.

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