(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) - The Indianapolis Colts will take the next couple of days off before beginning preparations for their Monday night game with the Tennessee Titans in Nashville.
The Titans are the lone remaining unbeaten in the NFL at 6-and-0 and have the inside track for halting Indianapolis' streak of five-straight AFC South titles. The Colts fell to 3-and-3 with an error-filled 34-14 loss at Green Bay last Sunday.
The horseshoes were penalized twelve times for 110 yards while Peyton Manning threw two interceptions - both of which were returned for touchdowns.
Colts Injury Report
About the only good news coming from Green Bay was that the Colts did not appear to suffer any significant injuries against the Packers.
Head Coach Tony Dungy did not have any specific information about those players who missed last Sunday's game during his weekly news conference on Monday. Starters Joseph Addai, Bob Sanders and Kelvin Hayden were out with injuries.
Dungy said Sanders could be back at practice this week and that Hayden is running and doing better.
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