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Indianapolis Colts vs. Denver Broncos Open Thread

Here's your open thread for today's game between the Colts and the Broncos.

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We're getting closer to kickoff in Indianapolis for a late afternoon game between the Indianapolis Colts (3-5) and the Denver Broncos (7-0). The Broncos are looking to continue their undefeated season, while the Colts are looking to notch a huge victory heading into their bye week.

One of the biggest storylines for today's game is the return of Peyton Manning to the stadium that he helped build (not literally, but you get the idea) and the city that he called home for many years, and he'll be looking to even his record against his former team to 2-2. More significant, however, is that he's looking for career win number 187, which would set a new record for most all-time. With 284 passing yards, he would set that record as well.

The Colts will be playing their first game since 2012 without Pep Hamilton as offensive coordinator, as Indy fired him earlier this week and replaced him with Rob Chudzinski. It will be interesting to see what changes are noticed with Chud now taking over.

This is your open thread for today's game, but first, here's everything you need to know about the game:

Game Time:

4:25 p.m. ET, Sunday, November 8, 2015


Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN

TV Channel:

CBS - Jim Nantz and Phil Simms on the call (the game gets CBS's A-team)

Radio Schedule:

WFNI and WLHK in Indianapolis - with Bob Lamey and Jim Sorgi on the call

ESPN Radio - Bill Rosinski and Bill Polian on the call

Online Streaming:

NFL Game Pass (you can listen live and then watch a replay of the game after Sunday)

"Enemy" Blog:

Mile High Report


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Matt Grecco's prediction: Colts 14, Broncos 22

Josh Wilson's prediction: Colts 17, Broncos 23

Here's your open thread to discuss today's game, and as always, Go Colts!