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Hi, and welcome to another Sunday Indianapolis Colts fans! :) Our Indianapolis Colts are back at Indianapolis after two road games at New England and Baltimore, as they host the rematch with their AFC South rival and 7-6 Tennessee Titans. :titans: Dan Orlovsky is also seeking his first win as a starting QB in the NFL with the Colts today.

Colts are also trying to both avenge their earlier loss to the Titans in Week 8 this season, and thrwart Tennessee into position into qualifying for a wild card in the NFL Playoffs. Titans defeated the Colts 27-10 at LP Field in Nashville back on October 30, ending Indianapolis's five-game regular season winning streak over Tennessee. Curtis Painter also threw for 250 passing yards in that game.

Colts have won the last seven of eight games when they hosted the Titans in Indianapolis, the lone blemish a 16-10 loss to Tennessee at LOS in the season finale on Sunday Night, December 30, 2007. Colts also defeated the Titans in the last meeting at Indianapolis, also the season finale on Week 17, 23-20 on January 2, 2011. Colts clinched a wild card playoff spot when Adam Viniteiri kicked a 43-yard field goal to seal the win for Indianapolis as time expired, finishing their 2010 NFL season at 10-6. Colts Jim Caldwell is also 4-1 against Tennessee since replacing Tony Dungy as the Colts Head Coach in 2009.

Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts will announce the live TV game telecast for the NFL On CBS, seen regionally in the USA, and locally in Indianapolis on WISH CBS 8 on HD.

Bob Lamey, our 'Voice Of The Colts,' and Wil Wolford will also announce the live radio game play-by-play and analysis, along with sideline reporter Kevin Lee, simulcast on Colts flagship stations WFNI ESPN SportsRadio 1070AM, andf WHNK Country 97.1FM, and the Indianapolis Colts Radio Network.

LOS's roof may still be closed to keep the cold elements outside during Sunday Afternoon's 1:05PM Eastern Standard Time kickoff, because the local weather forecast is Sunny and Clear Skies at 40 degrees, feels liker 34 degrees, 0% precipitation, 67% humidity, and southwest winds at 9 miles per hour.

Colts will dress in their blue jerseys and white pants, while the visiting Titans will dress in their white jerseys with sky blue trim, and sky blue pants.

NO injuries on the field, and continue your persistence and relent to win your first game in front of your fans at LOS today! GO COLTS!!!!! :cheer::1colts::colts::coltslogo::coltshorse::coltsfb::coltshelmet:

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