(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) - The Indianapolis Colts have the day off before beginning preparations for Sunday afternoon's game with the Tennessee Titans at Lucas Oil Stadium.
The Colts are 0-13, tying the mark for the worst start in franchise history.
They wind up the season with rematches against their three AFC South brethren.
The Titans are 7-6 and are fighting for their playoff lives.
Houston clinched the AFC South title on Sunday but Tennessee is still alive in the chase for a Wild Card berth.
The Colts are hoping for a better showing on offense this weekend against the Titans.
The Colts were shut down in last Sunday's 24-10 loss in Baltimore.
The Colts managed just 167 yards of offense, had five three-and-outs and converted just two of their 14 third-down opportunities.
Head Coach Jim Caldwell noted Monday that much of the credit should go to the Ravens' defense, but that the Colts' consistency on offense was lacking.
Caldwell also had no update on the condition of linebacker Phillip Wheeler.
Wheeler was carted to the locker room with an injury to his right foot or ankle in the fourth quarter of Sunday's loss.
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