AFC South: Colts lose; Jags top Titans

AFC South: Colts lose; Jags top Titans
November 10, 2013, 3:15 pm
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Rams 38, Colts 8
INDIANAPOLIS -- Tavon Austin returned a punt 98 yards for a touchdown and caught two TD passes, almost single-handedly ending the Rams' three-game losing streak with a stunning 38-8 victory Sunday at Indianapolis.

The smallish receiver caught only two passes, for 138 yards, and averaged 36.0 yards on four punt returns including the one he fooled the Colts' coverage unit by waving away his teammates and then grabbing the bouncing ball at his own 2-yard line before sprinting down the sideline for a TD.

St. Louis (4-6) won for the first time since Kellen Clemens replaced the injured Sam Bradford. Clemens was 9 of 16 for 247 yards with the two longest pass plays of his NFL career -- a 57-yard TD to Austin in the first half and an 81-yarder to Austin in the second half.

Indy (6-3) struggled again without Reggie Wayne. Andrew Luck finished 29 of 47 for 353 yards with one TD and three interceptions.

Jaguars 29, Titans 27
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Maurice Jones-Drew and Jordan Todman each ran for a touchdown, and the Jacksonville Jaguars got their first win this season by beating the Tennessee Titans 29-27 Sunday.

The Jaguars (1-8) scored the most points in a game this season for first-year coach Gus Bradley. They never trailed and forced four turnovers they turned into 17 points.

The Titans scored twice in the final 4:15, the last on a 14-yard TD pass by Ryan Fitzpatrick to Delanie Walker with 40 seconds left. But Johnathan Cyprien recovered the onside kick to seal the victory.

On a day the Titans (4-5) held a moment of silence for late owner Bud Adams, they got caught looking ahead to Thursday night's AFC South game with division leader Indianapolis. The Titans also lost Jake Locker to an injured right foot that had him on crutches and in a walking boot in the second half.

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