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Greetings fellow Indianapolis Colts fans! Our Colts travel down Interstate 74 and are in Cincinnati as they play the 3-2 and improved Bengals. Kickoff at Paul Brown Stadium is scheduled right after 1:05PM Eastern Standard Time. Colts will continue to resiliant as they try to upset the Bengals to perhaps finally earn their first win this season, and perhaps inspiration by Peyton Manning's presence, whether he is at the press box or on the sidelines.

Kevin Harlan and Solomon Wilcotts will announce the Colts/Bengals game for the NFL On CBS, but only six CBS affiliates will televise the game regionally, including WISH CBS 8 in Indianapolis On HD. Colts/Bengals game is also blacked out in Cincinati. Bob Lamey, Wil Wolford, and sideline reporter Kevin Lee will also provide live radio game coverage simulcast on flagship stations WFNI ESPN SportsRadio 1070AM and WHNK Country 98.1FM, and the Colts Radio Network.

I also wish no injuries to the players on the field, and see both players and fans happy winning your first game of the 2011 season! GO COLTS!!!!!

Colts @ Bengals Game Preview:

http://www.colts.com/news-and-events/article-1/COLTS-BENGALS-PREVIEW/2aeda73d-7ad4-488a-a16b-e825125a52b1

Colts @ Bengals NFL Gamecenter:

http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2011101601/2011/REG6/colts@bengals#menu=gameinfo&tab=preview

Colts @ Bengals NFL On CBS TV Distribution Map (In Orange):

http://www.the506.com/temp11.html

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Wow. Nobody yet? Well let me be the first. Go Colts! Beat the Bengals. It's a different kind of season, people. But we have to keep hope alive. I can't believe I just quoted Jesse Jackson.

As bad as it feels to be winless after five games, they are still only 3 games back in the division with 11 games left to play. The season is not dead yet. If they had two 5-0 teams in the division like the NFC North does, then I would concede defeat and say that it's over. This is not the position that we wanted to be in. You never want to be playing catchup going into the tough stretch of the schedule. I'm not willing to say "die" just yet, though.

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Anyubody have a you know what they could PM me for a fan from the UK? They are only showing the Carolina Atlanta gaem..sigh.

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