The Indianapolis Colts (2-2) hope to snap a current 5-game winning streak against their divisional rival Tennessee Titans (2-2) at home. Rookie quarterback Anthony Richardson certainly changes the complexion of this AFC South matchup, with his dynamic ability to both throw and run. Colts fans will be patiently waiting to see star running back Jonathan Taylor make his season debut, who will definitely add big play ability in the ground game—even if he’s on an initial pitch count.
If the Colts are serious about ultimately winning the division this year, this is one they ideally should win—especially at the friendly confines of Lucas Oil Stadium. It’ll start by consistently winning in the trenches on both sides of the football against a physical Titans team.
Titans: WR Treylon Burks (knee) - Out; LB Luke Gifford (hamstring) - Out; DT Teair Tart (Toe) - Out; OT Nicholas Petit-Frere (NIR - Return from suspension) - Out.
Colts: OLB Shaquille Leonard (groin) - Out; DE Kwity Paye (concussion) - Out; OT Bernhard Raimann (concussion) - Out; RB Jonathan Taylor (Anklke) - Questionable.
Location: Lucas Oil Stadium
Time: 1 PM EST
Playing surface: Artificial turf
Weather forecast: low to mid fifties; cloudy (*Roof open)
Matchup history: 35-22 Colts
Head Official: Brad Rogers
Television broadcast: CBS
Colts radio broadcast: Matt Taylor is joined by Rick Venturi and Larra Overton on 93.5 FM; 107.5 The Fan and 97.1 HANK FM and on Colts Radio Network affiliates. (Colts Radio Affiliates | Indianapolis Colts -colts.com)
SiriusXM broadcast: SiriusXM Channel 225
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