Tonight at 8pm, the NFL will reveal the schedule of all 32 teams. While the Colts know who their opponents are, they don’t know when their games will be played.
The full schedule for the Colts will be released tonight at 8pm. In doing so, the Colts will know when they will be played. It will be interesting to see when these games will be scheduled, especially in terms of how many primetime games they get.
Last season, the Colts had one primetime game, and it was the Thursday night game against the Patriots. The other game they had in primetime was the final game of the season against the Titans, and it was flexed into the Sunday night spot. It wasn’t originally scheduled that way.
As for who the Colts opponents are this season, they obviously will play their divisional opponents twice each, for a total of six games. Their other ten opponents are Kansas City, Pittsburgh, New Orleans, the Chargers, and Tampa Bay on the road. Their home opponents are Atlanta, Carolina, Denver, Oakland, and Miami.
If you are looking for potential primetime games, there are a few candidates. Kansas City, Pittsburgh, and New Orleans are all good candidates. For their home games, Atlanta, Houston and Tennessee are possibilities. All would be good games.
One thing is for certain though; the Colts will have more primetime games than they did last season. They are too good of a team now to be shunned by the national spotlight. They will finally get the stage that they deserve this season.
Once the schedule is released, we will have a full break down of it here. Look out for that very shortly after we know everything there is to know about their schedule.