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Thanks for coming for Colts NFL Game Night, Colts Nation! :) Our Indianapolis Colts, with QB Andrew Luck, move on from their disappointing road loss last week to the Steelers, but are still leading the AFC South Division with their 5-3 record. Colts are in the New Jersey Meadowlands to play Eli Manning, and the New York Giants, as both teams are featured on ESPN's Monday Night Football.

Tonight is the 18th all-time regular season meeting between the Colts and New York football Giants, with the Colts leading the series at 10 games and 7 losses. Indianapolis also outscored the N.Y. football Giants in the previous 17 games 390 points to 336 points, and a rivalry that began when the N.Y. football giants defeated the Baltimore Colts 55-20. at Memorial Stadium back on November 19, 1950.

Indianapolis is also playing their 35th appearance overall on Monday Night Football, entering tonight with a 20 win and 14 loss record. Colts first game was a 44-28 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs way back on September 28, 1970. Chargers also defeated the Colts 19-9 in Indianapolis's last MNF appearance played at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, back on October 14, 2013.

Colts won the last meeting in the battle of Peyton and Eli Manning, by the score of 38-14 played at LOS more than four years ago on September 19, 2010. Peyton Manning threw three touchdown passes, all Wide Receivers, a 50-yard pass to Dallas Clark, a 3-yard pass to Austin Collie, and a 10-yard pass to Reggie Wayne. RB Donald Brown also scored a 7-yard TD run, and DE Fila Moala ran a 1-yard fumble recovery. Kicker Adam Vinetieri completed the Colts game scoring with his 38-yard field goal, and 5 PAT'S.

Mike Tirico and Jon Gruden are announcing the live TV game commentary, along with sideline reporter and interviewer Lisa Salters, simulcast locally over-the-air in Indianapolis on WTHR NBC Channel 13, and nationally on ESPN Monday Night Football, live on HD.

Veteran broadcaster, Bob Lamey, our 'Voice Of The Colts,' and former Colts and N.Y. Giants QB Jim Sorgi are also announcing the live radio game play-by-play and analysis, along with sideline reporter and interviewer Matt Taylor, simulcast on Colts flagship stations WFNI ESPN SportsRadio 1070AM, WHLK 98.1FM, and the Colts/Vectren Radio Network.
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Clear and partly cloudy skies at 49 degrees, feels like 46 degrees, is the local game forecast inside MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, for the 8:25PM Eastern Standard Time kickoff, along with 40% humidity, 0% precipitation, and west/southwestern winds at 7 miles per hour.

Colts are wearing their matching white jerseys and pants, while the host New York football Giants are wearing their blue jerseys, and silver pants.

NO further injuries, try to win your tonight before your upcoming bye week, stay both Colts Strong and Chuck Strong, and GO COLTS!!!!! :coltslogo::1colts::colts::coltshorse::coltsfb::helmet::blueshoe::coltslogo::D

Complete Colts @ N.Y. Giants Monday Night Football Pre Game Release On Adobe PDF Reader, And Live NFL Game Centers:

http://prod.static.colts.clubs.nfl.com/assets/docs/gamereleases/2014/gamerelease-reg09.pdf

http://www.colts.com/team/game/2014/regular9

http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2014110300/2014/REG9/colts@giants#menu=gameinfo&tab=preview

http://www.espn.go.com/nfl/mnf

Colts @ N.Y. Giants Pre Game Injury Reports:

www.colts.com/team/injury-report.html

http://www.giants.com/team/injury-report.html

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Strahan is getting his HOF ring tonight

Hmm...could be some serious motivation for their defense.  They may actually hold us below 40, haha.

I'm expecting our run game to be dominant tonight and for Andrew to have a big game passing.  We should

win this one easily just by limiting Eli's time on the field.

GO COLTS!  All day, every day!!

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Hmm...could be some serious motivation for their defense.  They may actually hold us below 40, haha.

I'm expecting our run game to be dominant tonight and for Andrew to have a big game passing.  We should

win this one easily just by limiting Eli's time on the field.

GO COLTS!  All day, every day!!

The D needs to step up

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Thanks for coming for Colts NFL Game Night, Colts Nation! :) Our Indianapolis Colts, with QB Andrew Luck, move on from their disappointing road loss last week to the Steelers, but are still leading the AFC South Division with their 5-3 record. Colts are in the New Jersey Meadowlands to play Eli Manning, and the New York Giants, as both teams are featured on ESPN's Monday Night Football.

Tonight is the 18th all-time regular season meeting between the Colts and New York football Giants, with the Colts leading the series at 10 games and 7 losses. Indianapolis also outscored the N.by Y. football Giants in the previous 17 games 390 points to 336 points, and a rivalry that began when the N.Y. football giants defeated the Baltimore Colts 55-20. at Memorial Stadium back on November 19, 1950.

Indianapolis is also playing their 35th appearance overall on Monday Night Football, entering tonight with a 20 win and 14 loss record. Colts first game was a 44-28 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs way back on September 28, 1970. Chargers also defeated the Colts 19-9 in Indianapolis's last MNF appearance played at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, back on October 14, 2013.

Colts won the last meeting in the battle of Peyton and Eli Manning, by the score of 38-14 played at LOS more than four years ago on September 19, 2010. Peyton Manning threw three touchdown passes, a 50-yard pass to Dallas Clark, a 3-yard pass to Austin Collie, and a 10-yard pass to Reggie Wayne. RB Donald Brown also scored a 7-yard TD run, and DE Fila Moala ran a 1-yard fumble recovery. Kicker Adam Vinetieri completed the Colts game scoring with his 38-yard field goal, and 5 PAT'S.

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Going to be a Great game tonite.  I think we will rebound after our game last week against the steelers and come home with the WIN !!!  GOOOOO Colts !!!!

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Another all nighter for the Colts European Fan Club. If we can jump out to a 40 point half time lead, I may get a few hours sleep.

Come on my boys in Horse Shoe Blue!

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Got my dog ready for the game. 

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Yeah....so what? I do woman stuff sometimes. Wanna make something of it? 

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Got my dog ready for the game. 

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Yeah....so what? I do woman stuff sometimes. Wanna make something of it? 

LOL.  As long as it's got a blue horseshoe...it's all good!

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Another all nighter for the Colts European Fan Club. If we can jump out to a 40 point half time lead, I may get a few hours sleep.

Come on my boys in Horse Shoe Blue!

I feel your pain.

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Being from Australia, I love the night games, kick off is 12:30pm and I watch at work with Gamepass.

Hurry up 12:30!!!! Go Colts!

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I don't know why, but I've had a weird feeling about this game all day. Maybe it's just some leftover feelings about last week, because this has the possibility to be a very easy game for the Colts.

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Being from Australia, I love the night games, kick off is 12:30pm and I watch at work with Gamepass.

Hurry up 12:30!!!! Go Colts!

Welcome aboard!  Thanks for joining!

 

We need a win tonight, boys.  Show the world that last week was an anomaly!

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Welcome aboard! Thanks for joining!

We need a win tonight, boys. Show the world that last week was an anomaly!

Thank you. Getting nervous now, an important win is needed before the bye, stating the obvious i know.

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started work at 6am this morning just so i could get home at 2pm for kickoff.  GO COLTS !!!!!!

That's a dedicated fan right there!  Hats off to you!

 

Thank you. Getting nervous now, an important win is needed before the bye, stating the obvious i know.

I'm confident in our guys.  Wayne and Davis are back.  I think Davis being back and the defense having all week to let that brutal showing in Pittsburgh sit with them will help us get the win.

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That's a dedicated fan right there!  Hats off to you!

 

I'm confident in our guys.  Wayne and Davis are back.  I think Davis being back and the defense having all week to let that brutal showing in Pittsburgh sit with them will help us get the win.

Very dedicated and very true

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