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Hi, Indianapolis Colts Nation! Our Colts will try to win their first game in Week 8, as they are in Nashville to play the 3-3 Tennessee Titans in an AFC South Divisional battle. Colts unfotunately must move on as their talented and popular quarterback, Peyton Manning, is out for the season following his neck surgery. Colts will also try to win today with a rebuilding Titans team no longer without former Coach Jeff Fisher, and Vince Young. Kickoff from LP Field will be by 1:05PM, Eastern Standard Time.

Kevin Harlan and Solomon Wilcotts will announce the Colts/Titans game for the NFL On CBS, seen regionally in the Midwest, and in Twin Falls, Idaho, including WISH CBS 8 in Indianapolis on HD.

Bob Lamey, our 'Voice Of The Colts,' and Wil Wolford will announce the live radio game commentary with sideline reporter Kevin Lee on flagship stations WFNI ESPN Radio 1070AM, WHNK Country 98.1FM, and the Colts Radio Network.

I wish no injuries as you end your seven game losing streak. Play hard and safely on the field, and GO COLTS!!!!!

Colts @ Titans Preview Including Injury Report:

http://www.colts.com/team/game/2011/regular8

http://www.colts.com/news-and-events/article-1/COLTS-TITANS-PREVIEW/6bd6deac-662b-4b36-bd01-157f220f5fd1

Colts @ Titans NFL Gamecenter:

http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2011103002/2011/REG8/colts@titans#menu=gameinfo&tab=preview

Colts @ Titans NFL On CBS TV Early Games Distribution Map In Green:

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

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Who is the next great WR-QB combo? Dalton-Green? Stafford-Johnson? Ponder-Harvin? I'm talking about guys who haven't played with each other very much (that's why there's no Rodgers-Jennings). So with that said, you could take Stafford off the list, he hasn't played much, but has been with Johnson for a long time

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Who is the next great WR-QB combo? Dalton-Green? Stafford-Johnson? Ponder-Harvin? I'm talking about guys who haven't played with each other very much (that's why there's no Rodgers-Jennings). So with that said, you could take Stafford off the list, he hasn't played much, but has been with Johnson for a long time

I wanna say Stafford-Johnson, but Stafford isn't keeping himself healthy enough to mount up big duo stats.

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