Indianapolis Colts at Green Bay Packers: Week 9 Where to Watch
The Indianapolis Colts head north to face the Green Bay Packers and we get you ready for the game this afternoon.
The Colts (3-5) are desperate for a win this week as the margin for error becomes razor thin. The Packers (4-3) are hoping to shrug off last week’s one-point loss to the Falcons.
These two teams haven’t met since 2012 in Indianapolis where the Colts pulled off a monumental upset. That meeting came just after coach Chuck Pagano had be diagnosed with leukemia and with the team on an emotional roller coaster. Reggie Wayne put in one of his best performances as a pro back then, sporting orange gloves for leukemia awareness.
The Colts will need a similarly heroic performance if they want to leave Wisconsin with a win.
We’ve spent the week prepping for this matchup.
The Colts got good news on the defensive front as Vontae Davis was cleared to play after a concussion last week. But even with him, is there any chance the Colts can overcome the Packers offense?
The Colts have issues along the offensive line and have five starters out this week across the roster.
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Date: Sunday November 6th
Start Time: 4:25 pm EST
Location: Green Bay, Wis.
Venue: Lambeau Field
Weather: 63° and Sunny
CBS – Head to 506 Sports to check out this week’s coverage maps. Colts-Packers is in red on the early CBS late map.
The radio broadcast can be heard on 1070 The Fan, 107.5 FM in Indianapolis. They can be found on member of the Colts Radio Network outside of Indy. Bob Lamey returns to do play-by-play along with Jim Sorgi offering color commentary.
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