The Indianapolis Colts (9-5) will travel to Arrowhead Stadium to take on the Kansas City Chiefs (11-3) on Sunday. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. on CBS.
Indianapolis will face Kansas City on the road in Week 16 for the second straight season, having won last year's contest, 20-13.
The Colts will be looking to improve their play- off seeding and finish 3-1 against AFC West opponents this season.
Last week, the Colts defeated the Houston Texans, 25-3, earning their first season sweep of the Texans since 2009. Outside linebacker Robert Mathis had a sack-forced fumble in the third quarter of the game that resulted in a safety. With the sack, he set Colts all-time records for career (108.0) and single-season (16.5) sacks. Cornerback Darius Butler tied a career-high with two interceptions. Offensively, quarterback Andrew Luck completed touchdown passes to wide receiver Griff Whalen and running back Trent Richardson. Kicker Adam Vinatieri totaled 11points for the day, hitting 3-of-3 field goals.
The Chiefs are coming off a 56-31 victory over the Oakland Raiders last week. Running back Jamaal Charles scored five total touchdowns and became the first player in NFL history with at least four touchdown receptions and one touchdown run in a single game. Overall, the Chiefs hold the third-ranked scoring offense (28.5 points/game) and the fourth-ranked scoring defense (18.2 points allowed/game).