The Indianapolis Colts (4-5) will host the Tennessee Titans (5-5) this Sunday in what figures to be a high-scoring competitive divisional matchup between two teams still very much in the mix in the AFC South race.
Though both teams are behind the Houston Texans in the division standings they both are within striking distance. The Titans are second, but the Colts could re-take that spot with a win. On the flip side, the Titans could extend their lead over the Colts to two games with a win, giving them a solid grasp of the number two spot in the division.
The Colts have won ten in a row against the Titans and have won 15 of the last 16 meetings dating back to 2008, with the lone exception coming in a game that was quarterbacked by Curtis Painter in 2011. During the ten-game win streak the Colts have won games with Dan Orlovsky and Josh Freeman starting at quarterback, though this Sunday it will once again be Andrew Luck, who is 8-0 in his career against the division rival. The Colts are looking for their fifth consecutive season sweep of the Titans, but this Sunday’s game might be the toughest test yet during that streak. Tennessee is playing good football right now and has an incredibly hot offense led by Marcus Mariota and DeMarco Murray, so it won’t be easy.
Regardless of what happens it should be an interesting and entertaining game, and we’ve got the essential information for you regarding how to follow the contest:
1:00 p.m. ET, Sunday, November 20, 2016
Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN
CBS - Spero Dedes and Solomon Wilcots on the call
WFNI and WLHK in Indianapolis - Bob Lamey and Jim Sorgi on the call
ESPN Radio - Adam Amin and Bill Polian on the call