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Greetings for another NFL  Game Day, Colts Nation! :default_20smile:  Our 1-5 Colts are still mathematically alive in the NFL playoffs as they host the 2-4  Buffalo Bills at the real Lucas Oil Stadium.  Colts seek to end their three-game regular season losing streak, and also try to win their first game, and first home game over Buffalo in six seasons.


T.Y. Hilton scored both touchdowns, on on a 75-yard punt return in the first quarter, and an 8-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter by Andrew Luck, along with Adam Vinitieri's 2 PAT's and field goals from 25 and 19 yards in the second quarter, as the Colts defeated the Bills 20-13 in their last win over Buffalo at LOS back on November 23, 2012.


Buffalo though leads the all-time regular season series over Indianapolis with 37 wins, 31 losses, and 1 tie, in today's 70th all-time meeting.  Their 17-17 tie  was their first meeting after  the AFL-NFL merger back on November 15, 1970.


LOS's retractable roof despite the sunny and clear skies, because outside the stadium area the game forecast is 46 degrees, feels like 44 degrees,  0% precipitation, 44% humidity, and west/southwest winds at 4 miles per hour.


Head Linesman Brad Allen leads the NFL officiating crew to supervise the game action in the LOS Playing Field, between the Colts and Bills.


NO injuries, stay on track to win your second game, and  LET'S GO COLTS!!!!!  :rock:  :cheer:  :coltslogo: :1colts:  :colts:  :coltshelmet:  :coltslogo:  :cheer::D


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Take it all in colts fans, we deserve this

Offense is much better with Mack and Costanzo.

bortles has been benched

9 hours ago, LucasOilStadium said:

Colts Vs. Bills


It's actually Bills vs Colts. The road team comes in to challenge the home team & should always be listed first


45-50 degrees & sunshine at kickoff. Open dat roof!


4 hours ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

Thanks LOS, Colts will win this 27-20. 


I got 31-15 Colts

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17-13 Colts win.
Bills find a way to get two FG's on drives, and their D scores a TD on a turnover. Colts have two TDs through the air with a FG by Vinny to secure the win, and the D gets a turn-over to seal the win.
This could also be a blowout if the Colts play Time of Possession and keep the Bills D on the field. I expect a lot of No-Huddle, but not hurry up. Dont allow substitutions, keep the game clock moving.


Colts, if they dont get in their own way, will win this. But, the moment they play outside of themselves the Bills have enough defensive talent to make an impact. I dont want this to be shades of... Um... the 2002 NFL season, where the Texans went into Pittsburg, ran the ball up the middle x3 then punted but came away with a 15-6 win because their special teams and Defense just had their way with the Steelers.

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Thanks again, LOS!


Just want to see the defense mature so that they don't give up a TD from dumb penalties that sustain drives.  Get off the field, guys.


Want to see the run game get going.  Second consecutive game with this same OLine (I think?).

27-13 Colts.

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