The Indianapolis Colts have managed to scrape their way out of a 0-3 start to the season. For the most part, they’ve dispatched of the opponents they’ve needed to beat to get back into the “playoff conversation.” If they had beaten the Titans in their second meeting this year, things would be looking considerably better.
The trouble with the Colts has been consistent since Peyton Manning left for Denver, or perhaps since Andrew Luck got so injured that he had to miss a full season. The franchise has been unable to beat playoff-caliber opponents. If this team hopes to get back into the playoffs this year, beating playoff-caliber opponents will be a necessity.
Beating a Bills team with an offensive line that has been struggling and that has been underperforming lofty early-season expectations would be a good start. It would also give the Colts a winning record for the first time this year, and keep the momentum heading into a home battle next week against the defending Super Bowl champion Buccaneers.
1:00 PM ET Sunday, November 21st
- Highmark Stadium
- 1 Bills Dr, Orchard Park, NY 14127
- Capacity: 71,608
- Channel: CBS (regional)
- Kevin Harlan (play-by-play), Trent Green (color analyst) and Melanie Collins (sideline)
93.5 & 107.5 The Fan and 97.1 HANK FM.
- Play-by-Play: Matt Taylor
- Color Analyst: Rick Venturi
- Sideline: Larra Overton
According to DraftsKings Sportsbook, the Colts are 7-point road dogs.
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