The Indianapolis Colts (2-2) host the Baltimore Ravens (3-1) on Sunday in a game that will prove to be a big test for both teams. As such, we get you ready for the game by giving you the need to know information about the game, including game time, TV schedule, radio information, and much more.
1:00 p.m. ET, Sunday, October 5, 2014
Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN
CBS (Kevin Harlan and Rich Gannon on the broadcast)
WFNI and WLHK in Indianapolis (like normal, Bob Lamey and Jim Sorgi on the broadcast)
Josh Wilson's prediction: Colts 30, Ravens 27
Matt Grecco's prediction: Colts 30, Ravens 25
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Here's the Colts' official injury report from Friday:
Arthur Jones, DE (ankle)
Jack Mewhort, OL (ankle)
Colt Anderson, S (groin)
Andy Studebaker, LB (hamstring)
Hugh Thornton, OL (ankle)
Jerrell Freeman, LB (hamstring)
Erik Walden, OLB (rest Thursday)
Ahmad Bradshaw, RB (rest Wednesday)
D'Qwell Jackson, LB (rest Wednesday)
Reggie Wayne, WR (rest Wednesday)
Must-Reads from this Week:
Josh Wilson's preview of the matchup between the Colts and the Ravens
Matt Grecco's preview of the matchup between the Colts and the Ravens
Here's the Colts injury report, with a look at the (probable) return of Jerrell Freeman
Starting left guard Jack Mewhort is out. We take a look at the implications here
Who will start at center for the Colts this week? We don't know - but a change might be coming
Terrell Suggs on Andrew Luck: He's "Really (expletive) good"
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh brought up those (false) rumors of the Colts piping in crowd noise
Colts head coach Chuck Pagano didn't like it, calling the comments an "insult to our 12th man"
Sergio Brown will start at safety this week for the Colts
Of course, Sergio is starting because LaRon Landry was suspended on Monday for the next four games
That announcement came shortly after the Colts released Da'Rick Rogers following an arrest, allegedly for a DUI
Some good news: punter Pat McAfee was named the AFC Special Teams Player of the Month for September
Some more good news: Robert Mathis is back, and he's essentially functioning as an assistant coach