Updated: 16/11/2013 22:51 | By Press Association

Colts fight back for win



Donald Brown, right, ran in two scores (© AP)

Donald Brown, right, ran in two scores (AP)

Donald Brown ran for two touchdowns as the Indianapolis Colts rallied from 14-0 down to beat the Tennessee Titans 30-27.

The Colts found themselves on the back foot in the opening quarter but responded superbly with Brown leading the way.

Andrew Luck also claimed a touchdown and Coby Fleener had a career-high eight catches for 107 yards as the Colts (7-3) bounced back from a 38-8 home loss to St Louis.

The Titans, for whom Chris Johnson ran for two TDs, lost for the fifth time in six games.

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