(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) - The Indianapolis Colts will try to get back to a normal schedule this week as they prepare for Sunday's game with the Tennessee Titans in Nashville.
The Colts opened the season last Thursday with a 41-10 win over the New Orleans Saints at the RCA Dome.
One of the big questions entering the regular season was how the defense would respond after losing four starters to free agency during the offseason. They responded by holding Drew Brees and the NFL's number-one pass offense in 2006 to three points.
The main question following the game is the status of linebacker Freddy Keiaho. Keiaho had six solo tackles and an interception in his first game as the starter on the weakside, replacing departed former pro-bowler Cato June. Keiaho left the game in the third quarter with an arm injury.
The players had Saturday and Sunday off and will return to the team's headquarters today for a half-hour workout late this afternoon.
The Titans are also 1-and-0 after winning in Jacksonville 13-10 on Sunday.
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