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Hi, Colts fans! :smile: 2011 has been an extremely difficult season for our Colts on the field, to win a game, perhaps that opportunity could come today as they host the visiting and 2-6 Jacksonville Jaguars in an AFC North divisional game at LOS. Colts are one of the last teams to have a bye this season, and a victory today over the Jaguars could finally bring a sense of accomplishment , and also make the players more relieved and less frustrated before the Colts head into their bye week. Colts are currently 7-2 overall on the game played before the bye week.

Former Los Angeles Lakers, and New Jersey Nets radio game announcer Spero Dedes, and former NFL and Notre Dame QB Steve Beuerlein will announce the TV game commentary regionally for The NFL On CBS, including WISH CBS 8 in Indianapolis.

Bob Lamey, our 'Voice Of The Colts,' and Wil Wolford will also announce the live radio game play-by-play and analysis on simulcast on Colts flagship stations WFNI ESPN SportsRadio 1070AM, and WHNK 98.1FM, and the Colts Radio Network.

LOS's roof may likely be closed to protect the fans and players from the outside elements for this afternoon's 1:05PM Eastern Standard Time kickoff. Local weather forecast at gametime is Cloudy and strong south/southwest winds at 26 miles per hour, feels like 56 degrees, 20% precipitation, and 72% humidity.

I wish no injuries to the Colts as they enter and play on the field today. Go for your first win, keep yourselves, your staff, and your fans happy before your bye week, and GO COLTS!!!!! :D:coltshelmet::colts::coltslogo::coltsfb::coltshorse::coltshelmet::blueshoe::fb:

Colts Vs. Jaguars Game Day Preview Including Injury Report:

http://www.colts.com/team/game/2011/regular10/

http://www.colts.com/news-and-events/article-1/COLTS-JAGUARS-PREVIEW/ad935558-8a5a-429b-8ead-5730b33b9d4a

Colts Vs. Jaguars NFL Gamecenter:

http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2011111304/2011/REG10/jaguars@colts#menu=gameinfo&tab=preview

NFL On CBS TV Distribution Map - Colts Vs. Jaguars In Blue:

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

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