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Welcome back, and thanks for joining online,  for the final NFL regular season Game Day  Colts Nation!  :)  Our AFC South Champions Indianapolis Colts have a chance to finish their regular season record at 11-5 for the third straight year, as the Colts are in Nashville, to play the 2-13 Tennessee Titans.

 

Colts defeated the Titans on the earlier meeting, winning 41-17 back on September 28. Indianapolis has also won the last 11 of the 12 regular season games over the Tennessee  dating back to  December 28, 2008.  Titans last time defeated our Colts was a 27-10 victory also at LP Field, back on October 30, 2011.

 

Indianapolis also has a six-game current winning streak heading into this afternoon's 41st all-time regular season meeting. Colts lead the all-time regular season series, including one post season game, leading 26 wins and 14 losses, a rivary that began when the Baltimore Colts defeated the Houston Oilers 24-20 at the Astrodome, right after the AFL-NFL Merger, back on October 11, 1970. Colts also  has also outscored the Titans in the previous 40 meetings 1009 points, to the Titans 766 points.

 

Hopefully Colts head coach Chuck Pagano allows his starters to both play, and keep a lead, before the starters rest for the upcoming playoffs starting next weekend.

 

Cloudy skies at 42 degrees, feels like 38 degrees, is the local game forecast inside Louisiana Pacific Field, for the 1:05PM Eastern Standard Time kickoff, along with 20% precipitation, and mild northern winds at 6 miles per hour.

 

Visiting Colts players are wearing their matching white jerseys and pants, while the host Titans are wearing their sky blue jerseys, and navy pants.

 

Philadelphia Phillies broadcaster Tom McCarthy, and former Rams and NFL defensive back Adam Archuleta, are announcing the live TV game commentary for the NFL On CBS, seen primarily in Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Indiana, including WISH-TV Channel 8 in Indianapolis, live on HD.

 

I also would like to thank everyone, especially the moderators and the registered users and online guests, for allowing me to start the Colts Game day threads on the Colts Online Fan Forum.  I am extremely grateful and privileged.

 

I also want to wish everyone here on the Colts Fan Forum continued Happy Holidays, and a Happy New Year!  :party:   :disco:

NO further injuries, Stay Colts Strong, Happy New Year, and GO COLTS!!!!!  :coltslogo:  :1colts:  :colts:  :helmet:  :blueshoe:  :coltslogo:  :D

 

Colts @ Titans Pre Game Press Release On Adobe PDF Reader, Live NFL Game Centers, and NFL On CBS TV Distribution Map In Purple:

 

http://prod.static.colts.clubs.nfl.com/assets/docs/gamereleases/2014/gamerelease-reg17.pdf

 

http://www.colts.com/team/game/2014/regular17/

 

http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2014122811/2014/REG17/colts@titans#menu=gameinfo&tab=preview

 

http://506sports.com/

 

Colts @ Titans Pre Game Injury Reports:

 

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

 

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

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Let's do this !!!  Finish the season with a Win and get ready for the playoffs.  GOOOOOO Colts !!!

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Afternoon everyone.  Let's finish strong today and come home with the WIN.  GOOOO Colts !!!!!!

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Oh I thought they stopped them short??

Yeah, it looked like Landry hit him before the line of scrimmage, but I guess his forward momentum allowed him to fall in front of the first down line

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