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Happy New Year, Colts fans! But not as entirelyhappy for our loyal and devoted Indianapolis Colts fans, to start 2018 before New Year's Eve, especially here on the Colts Fan Friendly Forum, as our 3-12 Indianapolis Colts will try to conclude their 2017 NFL Season by winning their fourth game with the visiting, and 4-11 Houston Texans. Both the Colts and Texans have suffered injuries to their starting and veteran players, throughout the 2017 NFL season, and reflects on both teams records. As examples, the Texans lost star players J.J. Watt and rookie QB DeShaun Watson, at the time was on his way to earning NFL Offensive Rookie Of the Year accolades. Colts suffered more players to injured reserve, notably Andrew Luck. Luck spent this season rehabilitating in Europe, and he indicates he should and be ready physically to play be training camp. With a win, Colts could finish 2017 with a 4-12 record, last accomplishing during their 1993 NFL season. However, a Colts loss would also finish Indianapolis as they have achieved in consecutive seasons in both 1997 and 1998, before the Colts drafted Peyton Manning, with consecutive 3-13 records. If there is any added incentive in this afternoon's season finale, the Colts by far have the best winning percentage over the Texans over any NFL opponent entering today with a 24 win, and 7 loss record, a winning percentage of .774, and in today's 32nd regular season meeting. Indianapolis also defeated Houston to end their three-game losing streak in their last meeting played at NRG Stadium. Jacoby Brisset threw to touchdowns passes, from 45 yards and 80 yards, to T.Y. Hilton, and Adam Vinitieri also added his two field goals from 22 and 53 yards, plaus his 2 PAT's to help the Colts defeat the Texans back on November 5. Just a temporary setback for our Colts team, and the Colts will try on a clean slate in 2018, to see both return of Andrew Luck and their level of excellence and talent to return to the NFL Playoffs for the first time since January 2014. Thanks for entertaining us, try to win one more game in front of your fans at LOS, and GO COLTS!!!!! .
Hi, and also Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays Indianapolis Colts fans! Our Colts conclude their 2011 regular season homestand at Indianapolis tonight as they host the visiting 10-4 and AFC South Champions Houston Texans for the NFL Network. :texans: Colts are also 9-0 over the Texans at home games at both LOS and the RCA Dome. Colts will try to win their second game this season over a divisional rival, and also overcome their short practice week to accomadate the NFL Network. Tonight is also the 20th regular season meeting between the teams. Colts lost the earlier meeting to the Texans at Reliant Stadium in Houston 34-7 back on Opening Week on September 11. Peyton Manning's absence in live game action at the time ended his 208 regular season game starting streak at QB, plus 19 more playoffs games as the starter for the Colts, for his total overall of 227, including playoff games. Kerry Collins started in place for the injured Peyton Manning to end Peyton's consecutive starting streak at QB, but he fumbled on two series of playin the first half.. Colts trailed 34-0 at halftime. the largest deficit in the entire 58-year history of the franchise. Houston did all their scoring of the game in the first half, but the Colts finally scored on a Collins 6 yard TD pass to Reggie Wayne three minuites into the fourth quarter, with an Adam Viniteiri PAT, for the only score in the second half, with the the Texans winning 34-7. Indianapolis though currently leads the all-time series 16-3 entering tonight. Colts only other losses over the Texans were also at Reliant Stadium, 24-34, also on an Opening Week back on September 12, 2010, and 24-27, on December 24, 2006. Brad Nessler and Matt Mayock will announce the TV game commentary simulcast live on national cable on both the NFL Network, locally over-the-air in the Indianapolis, Indiana area on WTTV The CW Channel 4, and on the internet. Our Colts fans around the world can also see the Colts/Texans game live network game online streaming through the NFL Network's website. Bob Lamey, our 'Voice Of The Colts,' and Will Wolford will also announce the live radio play-by-play and analysis, along with sideline reporter Kevin Lee simulcast on Colts flagship stations WFNI ESPN SportsRadio 1070AM and WLHK Country 97.1 FM, and the Colts Radio Network. LOS's roof will be closed for tonight's 8:20PM Eastern Standard Time kickoff as the local weather forecast outside the stadium area is Showers and Cloudy Skies at 42 degrees, feels like 39 degrees, 40% precipitation, 93% humidity, and very mild northern winds at 5 miles per hour. Colts will wear the their blue home jerseys and white pants on the field tonight, while the visiting Texans will dress in their white jerseys, and dark blue pants. NO injuries, silly penalties and turnovers as you treat and early Christmas gift with your second straight win in front of your fans at LOS. Merry Christmas to all Colts fans, and LET'S GO COLTS!!!!! Colts Vs. Texans Week 16 Preview and Detailed Press Release (Adobe PDF Reader): http://www.colts.com...99-470054b48205 http://prod.static.c...g16-release.pdf http://www.colts.com...5c-1c0d30276eed Colts Vs. Texans Week 16 NFL Gamecenter: http://www.nfl.com/g...nfo&tab=preview NFL Network Live Website, Live Network Internet Game Streaming Begins At 8:00EST: http://www.nfl.com/t...gn=NAV_NFLN_TNF http://www.nfl.com/live