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Hi, Colts fans!   :)  A battle of two win teams as our Colts take the 113 mile trip southeast down Interstate 74 to play the Cincinnati Bengals, ifor the first time in three years, in both teams 30th all-time meeting.  Indianapolis leads the all-time series entering today with a 19 win, 10 loss record, including 27 regular season, and two postseason games.


Colts  won the last two games, first defeating the Bengals 26-10 in their last meeting in the AFC Wild Card Playoff Game.  back on January 4, 2015, and their last regular season meeting, shutting out Cincinnati 27-0 back on November 19, 2014.  Both games were played at LOS (the building) with a combined score of  53-10.


Indianapolis also is seeking their first regular season road win in Cincinnati in 12 years, since the Colts  defeated the Bengals by the score of 45-37 in Cincinnati back on November 20, 2005.  Peyton Manning completed 24 of his 40 passes for 365 yards, 3 TD's, and 1 INT in that game.


Spero Dedes and Adam Archuleta are announcing the live TV commentary for The NFL On CBS's early regional singleheader game, seen primarily in Ilinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia, and in Indianapolis on WTTV CBS Channel 4, all stations seen live on HD.


Both the Colts and the Bengals will be  exposed to the cold outside elements during their game inside Paul Brown Stadium for their 1:05PM Eastern Standard Time kickoff, because partly cloudy skies  at 42 degrees, feels like 37 degrees is the game forecast, along with  0% precipitation, 60% humidity, and northwest winds at 9 miles per hour.


Head Referee Jerome Boger and his officiating crew are assigned by the NFL to supervise the game action between thre Colts and the Bengals this afternoon at PBS.


NO injuries, Let's see the Colts try to win their third game of the season, end their two game losing streak, and win by more than three points for the first time in their 2017 NFL regular season. Continue to stay Colts Strong, and GO COLTS!!!!!    :rock:   :coltslogo:  :1colts:  :colts:  :coltslogo:


Colts @ Bengals Week 8 Pre Game Press Release (PDF),  And Team Injury Report:\






Colts @ Bengals Week 8 Live NFL Game Centers,  And NFL On CBS Singleheader Game TV Regional Coverage Map In Yellow, And NFL's Crucial Catch Links:














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4 minutes ago, RockThatBlue said:

Any doubt Andy Dalton has his best game of the season today?

I'm using Dalton in a couple tourneys today on Fanduel. He's a mid risk/high reward on the cheap this week IMO. Probably will get 3 TDs on us. He's better than Bortles, Hoyer, and Kizer, and they were respectable Vs us. 

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1 minute ago, rockywoj said:

Just throw it away, there.   Records as a sack, but that’s not on the OL


The game plan appears to be for Brissett to physically hit all the defenders and loosen them up. 

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