Intro: The Colts (6-3) will have their final primetime game of the year on Sunday night when the New England Patriots (7-2) head to Lucas Oil Stadium. This marks the 15th time the Colts and Patriots have met since 2003.
Intro: The Colts (5-3) will play their second Monday Night game of the season this week when they travel to New York in Week Nine. The Colts are 6-3 all-time in road matchups against the Giants (3-4).
Intro: The Colts (5-3) will play their second Monday Night game of the season this week when they travel to New York. The Colts are 6-3 all-time in road matchups against the Giants (3-4).
Intro: The Colts (5-2) will reach the midway point of their schedule on Sunday afternoon with a trip to Pittsburgh (4-3). The Colts and Steelers have split their last four meetings.
Intro: The Colts (4-2) will return home this weekend for their final home game over the next month. The Colts have won 7 of their last 9 meetings with the Bengals (3-1-1).
Intro: The Colts (3-2) will head to Houston (3-2) on Thursday night to take on the team they are currently tied with atop the AFC South. The Colts are 8-4 all-time in Houston.
Intro: The Colts (2-2) will kick off the second quarter of the season on Sunday afternoon when hosting the Baltimore Ravens (3-1). The Colts have never lost a home meeting (4-0) with the Ravens.
Intro: The Colts (1-2) will take on their second straight divisional opponent on Sunday afternoon with the Tennessee Titans (1-2) coming to Lucas Oil Stadium. The Colts have won their last five meetings with the Titans.
Intro: The Colts (0-2) will kick off their 2014 AFC South slate with a trip to Jacksonville (0-2) on Sunday at 1:00 p.m. EST. The Colts are 18-8 all-time against the Jaguars.
Intro: The Colts 2014 home opener will come on the stage of Monday Night Football. The Philadelphia Eagles (1-0) will be the opponent at Lucas Oil Stadium for the 8:30 p.m. EST kickoff in Week Two.