The Colts will make their first trip to Seattle since 2005 to take on the Seahawks on Sunday Night Football.
Not many people would’ve guessed that both these teams would be heading into their Week 4 matchup with identical 1-2 records.
The Colts have rebounded nicely from an embarrassing opening day loss. After making the change from Scott Tolzien to Jacoby Brissett at quarterback, they are an overtime interception away from being 2-0.
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The Seahawks are notorious for starting each season slow, and 2017 is no different. They’re offensive line is a mess as Russell Wilson has been forced to run for his life for most of the first three games.
Seattle has also had a difficult schedule to deal with including trips to Green Bay and Tennessee, who could both be in the playoffs come January.
The Colts will need to contain a Seahawks passing attack that has been effective through the first three weeks as Russell Wilson has thrown for 729 yards with 5 touchdowns and 0 interceptions thus far.
Indianapolis will need to get their running game going to support a young quarterback making his first road start as a Colt. The Colts have rushed for under 100 yards in each of their first three games, and are averaging 2.7 yards per carry as a team.
The Seahawks will be heavily favored to move to 2-2 on the season, but they have enough flaws to give the Colts a chance to pull off a primetime upset.
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