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Indianapolis Colts v. New England Patriots: Game Time, TV Schedule, Radio Info, and More

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Here's all you need to know regarding the Colts matchup against the New England Patriots.

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The Indianapolis Colts (6-3) and the New England Patriots (7-2) both are coming off of a bye week and are both looking for a big win on Sunday Night Football in Indianapolis this weekend.  Here's everything you need to know to get you ready for the game:

Game Time:

8:30 p.m. ET, Sunday, November 16, 2014

Location:

Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN

TV Channel:

NBC (Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth on the call)

Radio Schedule:

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

"Enemy" Blog:

Pats Pulpit

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 30, Patriots 29

Josh Wilson's prediction: Colts 34, Patriots 31

Injury Report:

Here's the Colts' official injury report:

OUT:

Arthur Jones, DL (ankle)

QUESTIONABLE:

Gosder Cherilus, OL (groin)

PROBABLE:

Victor Butler, LB (hamstring)

Josh McNary, LB (ankle)

Henoc Muamba, LB (toe)

Erik Walden, LB (quad)

Reggie Wayne, WR (rest)

Must-Reads from this Week:

Here's Matt Grecco's preview of the matchup between the Colts and the Patriots

Here's Josh Wilson's preview of the matchup between the Colts and the Patriots

Here's the Colts full injury report, with analysis

Home Field Advantage is a HUGE topic this week.  Here's why.

LaRon Landry will not start Sunday, but rather Sergio Brown will continue to start at safety

The Colts have packages for Landry to get playing time with the defense, however

Tom Brady on Andrew Luck: "He does a lot of things I wish I could do"

There was some high praise for Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri from his former coach, Bill Belichick

Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski presents a huge challenge for the Colts

Tight end Dwayne Allen was voted the Colts recipient for the 2014 Ed Block Courage Award