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Colts 2015 Home Opponents

Intro: The Colts have some very intriguing home opponents in 2015 with several elite quarterbacks coming to Lucas Oil Stadium. Here’s a look at next year’s home slate for the Colts.


INDIANAPOLIS – The 2015 schedule for the Indianapolis Colts has the AFC East and the NFC South on the slate.

By winning the AFC South, the Colts will also see division winners in New England and Denver at home next season.

Here are the eight home games that the Colts will play in 2015 (the NFL usually announces dates and times in late April):HomeDenver Broncos (12-4):If Peyton Manning returns for the 2015 season, he will play at Lucas Oil Stadium as a visitor for the second time in his career. This potential primetime matchup will be between teams that had 16 combined Pro Bowlers last season. Denver's offensive scheme will be a bit different in 2015 with new head coach Gary Kubiak known for his zone-run scheme.

Houston Texans (9-7):J.J. Watt and the Texans will once again be a challenger to the Colts and their back-to-back AFC Championships. The Texans have never won a game in Indianapolis, losing all 13 of their road contests versus the Colts.

Jacksonville Jaguars (3-13):The Jaguars were the last AFC South team to beat the Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium (9/23/12). Rookie quarterback Blake Bortles will be working under a new offensive coordinator in 2015.

New England Patriots (12-4)For the 17th time since 2003, the Colts and Patriots will meet. It will be a second straight regular season meeting at Lucas Oil Stadium for these two. This game between the two AFC finalists from 2014 will almost assuredly be one in a primetime slot.

New Orleans Saints (7-9)Lucas Oil Stadium will see three future Hall of Fame quarterbacks in 2015. Drew Brees and the Saints will come to Indianapolis for the first time since a season-opening contest back in 2007. Brees and Andrew Luck were teammates at the Pro Bowl earlier this week. New York Jets (4-12)The Jets will visit Lucas Oil with a new head coach in former Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles. In the 2009 and 2010 seasons, the Jets were road teams in playoff matchups versus the Colts. This is the first regular season meeting between the two teams in Indianapolis since the Colts started 2009 with a 14-0 record.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-14)The Colts will once again see the No. 1 overall pick next season. The question now is will that be one of the high profiled quarterbacks in Marcus Mariota (Oregon) or Jameis Winston (Florida State)? The last time Tampa Bay played in Indianapolis was in the 2007 season.

Tennessee Titans (2-14)The Colts have won their last seven contests against the Titans. Just like the Buccaneers, there's a chance the Colts could see a rookie quarterback in this contest. The Titans will draft in the No. 2 slot on April 30.




Denver Broncos (12-4)

Atlanta Falcons (6-10)

Houston Texans (9-7)

Buffalo Bills (9-7)

Jacksonville Jaguars (3-13)

Carolina Panthers (7-8-1)

New England Patriots (12-4)

Houston Texans (9-7)

New Orleans Saints (7-9)

Jacksonville Jaguars (3-13)

New York Jets (4-12)

Miami Dolphins (8-8)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-14)

Pittsburgh Steelers (11-5)

Tennessee Titans (2-14)

Tennessee Titans (2-14)

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