The Colts (0-4) will host the Chiefs (1-3) today in the most winnable game the team has had all year. Both the Chiefs and the Colts are in the bottom three teams, statistically, and if the Colts don't win this game, they'll be in prime position to compete for the #1 draft pick.
Time: 1:00 P.M. ET
Where: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis
TV: CBS- Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcots
The game will also be broadcasted on 1070 The Fan and Hank 97.1.
Curtis Painter will be the starting quarterback for the Colts, we'll see if he can improve on last week's' performance. Anthony Castonzo and Drake Nevis are likely out for the game, everybody else from the injury report is expected to play, but Fili Moala and Ryan Diem could be sitting, as they didn't practice all week.
If the Colts' offensive line can hold up during this game, providing room to run and time for Painter to throw the ball, I fully expect the Colts to pull out the win at home. If not, it's going to be a long afternoon.
See Kyle Mason's match up preview for a more detailed look at the game. I'll be watching the game via the internet once again, on Twitter and on this post as an open thread if anyone wishes to join in. Hopefully, this week the Colts losing streak will end, and I don't have to write another recap of a loss. Go Colts!