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Indianapolis Colts vs. Pittsburgh Steelers: Game Time, TV Schedule, Radio Info, and More

Here's all you need to know regarding the Colts matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Charles LeClaire-US PRESSWIRE

The Colts have won five games in a row, and in doing so they've beaten the top two teams in the NFC North, the Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals, by a combined 47-13.  This weekend, they take to the road to play the third place team in that division, the Pittsburgh Steelers - a team that, despite not being up to the standard we're accustomed to seeing from the Steelers, is still a tough matchup (especially on the road).  Here's everything you need to know about the game:

Game Time:

4:25 p.m. ET, Sunday, October 26, 2014

Location:

Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA

TV Channel:

CBS (Jim Nantz and Phil Simms with the call)

Radio Schedule:

WFNI and WLHK in Indianapolis (Bob Lamey and Jim Sorgi on the broadcast)

"Enemy" Blog:

Behind the Steel Curtain

Twitter:

Be sure to follow along @coltsfanwilson and @StampedeBlue for live updates and analysis leading up to, during, and after the game.

Facebook:

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Prediction:

Matt Grecco's prediction: Colts 32, Steelers 20

Josh Wilson's prediction: Colts 31, Steelers 21

Injury Report:

Here's the Colts' official injury report:

OUT:

Reggie Wayne, WR (elbow)

QUESTIONABLE:

Trent Richardson, RB (hamstring)

Jack Doyle, TE (knee)

PROBABLE:

Darius Butler, CB (ankle)

Arthur Jones, DL (ankle)

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