The Jaguars had to feel a little foolish giving up a blocked punt for a Packers touchdown against a team that only had 10 on the field.
The Titans will likely feel worse.
According to Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star, the Titans defense only had 10 on the field for a fourth-down conversion that set up the game-tying touchdown, in a game the Colts would come back to win in overtime.
Colts running back Delone Carter plowed through the middle of the line for the conversion, and nearly a touchdown (which he’d get by diving over the top on the next play).
Chappell said upon review, the Titans were apparently short a defensive tackle, with just three linemen on the field for a short-yardage play.
The Titans are ranked 30th in the league on defense, meaning they need to try playing with 12. Going a man short makes it easier than it already is.