NASHVILLE — Andrew Luck topped one of Peyton Manning’s franchise records and helped the Indianapolis Colts tune up their offense for the postseason in only 30 minutes.
That also was enough time to start the Titans prepping for the No. 2 pick overall in the NFL draft.
Luck threw for 160 yards and two touchdowns before sitting out the second half, and the Colts finished off the regular season by beating the Titans, 27-10, on Sunday.
The Colts (11-5) bounced back from their worst performance this season by nearly matching what they did offensively in the loss at Dallas by halftime. They wound up outgaining the Titans, 378-192, as the AFC South champs swept their division a second straight season for the first time in franchise history.
Indianapolis will host Cincinnati, a 27-17 loser to Pittsburgh, next Sunday in a wild-card game.
Luck came in needing only 100 yards passing to top Manning’s record of 4,700 yards passing in 2010, and leapfrogged Manning on an 80-yard catch-and-run by Reggie Wayne.
‘‘Unbelievable,’’ coach Chuck Pagano said. ‘‘I didn’t realize that was the play that the record was broken. We gave Andrew a game ball and obviously credited him. Great milestone. Great record for Andrew, but very fitting that 87 was on the other end of that.’’
With their 10th straight loss and 14th in 15 games, the Titans (2-14) finished their worst season since 1994. Tampa Bay’s loss kept Tennessee picking second next spring.
‘‘Obviously, there’s going to be change,’’ Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt said after his first season. ‘‘This roster will have change. That’s what happens when you have a record like this.’’
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Wayne avoided a defender and hurt his groin as he ran up the right sideline on the 80-yarder. He stayed on the field for a couple of minutes and didn’t return. Luck capped the drive with a 1-yard TD toss to Jack Doyle.