Titans hope to keep mini-streak going at home against Colts (The Associated Press)

Tennessee Titans fans, which have rarely had reason to cheer for the last two years as their team has gone 2-14 at home, actually were able to influence a couple of Cleveland possessions in the second half by making enough noise to force false start penalties. “What a difference this place is when we have the crowd noise like we had,” Tennessee coach Mike Mularkey said after a 28-26 win. If they can beat the Indianapolis Colts in the second of their three-game homestand, it will give them their first three-game winning streak since Week 2-4 of the 2011 season.

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