The Indianapolis Colts and the Cincinnati Bengals go head-to-head tonight at Lucas Oil Stadium - kicking off at 7:00 p.m.
Here's how you can watch/listen to the game locally:
TV: The game will be broadcast by WXIN (Fox59) with Matt Taylor, Rick Venturi and Caroline Cann calling the game.
Radio: WFNI (ESPN 107.5 AM, 1070 The Fan) and WLHK (97.1 HANK FM) will provide radio coverage of the matchup. The Voice of the Colts, Bob Lamey, will cover play-by-play with color analyst Jim Sorgi and sideline reporter Matt Taylor.
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