Colts vs Ravens: TV, Radio, and Online: Where to Watch


The Indianapolis Colts (2-2) host the Baltimore Ravens (3-1) this afternoon. The winner of today’s game could be in first place in the AFC South, should the Texans lose today as well.

Since moving to Baltimore in 1996, the Ravens have faced the Colts 13 times, including the playoffs. The Colts hold a 9-4 advantage in those games and the Ravens have never won in Indianapolis.

The two haven’t faced each other since a playoff game in Baltimore in 2012, Andrew Luck’s rookie year. There are numerous connections between the two franchises, most notable among them being that the Colts moved from Baltimore to Indianapolis in the middle of the night (not unlike what the Browns did to Cleveland before changing the name to the Ravens).

We have an updated injury report on the Colts and Ravens here.

We took an in-depth look at the Ravens and what kind of team they have in Baltimore. Check out what our intel report found.

The Colts are finally facing a real football team after back-to-back blowout wins. Here’s what fans should be on the watch for in our game preview against the Ravens.

Casey Burks took a look at Vontae Davis’ impressive start to the 2014 season.

We got some information on the Titan’s from Ebony Bird editor Brett Foote. Check out what he had to say here. 

Make sure to follow us on twitter, @NaptownsFinest_, and if you’d like the Titans perspective follow @Ebony_Bird.


Date: Sunday, Oct. 5th
Start Time: 1:00 pm EST
Location: Indianapolis, Ind.
Venue: Lucas Oil Stadium

TV Coverage


To see where in the country you can watch the game, click hereThe Colts are in the blue zones.

Radio Coverage

The radio broadcast can be heard on 1070 The Fan, 97.1 HANK FM  in Indianapolis. They can be found on member of the Colts Radio Network outside of Indy. Bob Lamey returns to do play-by-play along with Jim Sorgi offering color commentary.

Betting Line

Colts -3.5   Over/Under: 48.5