Colts vs. Bills preseason game: Start time and how to watch

ORCHARD PARK, NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 21: Jonathan Taylor #28 of the Indianapolis Colts (Photo by Joshua Bessex/Getty Images)
ORCHARD PARK, NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 21: Jonathan Taylor #28 of the Indianapolis Colts (Photo by Joshua Bessex/Getty Images) /

The Indianapolis Colts take on the Buffalo Bills for their first game of the preseason. Here’s all the info on when and how to watch the game.

For the first time since the devastating Week 18 loss against the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Indianapolis Colts will hit the field for a game. While it’s just a preseason game, this will be the start of what could be a very promising season for Indianapolis. After making several moves throughout the offseason, Indy is finally ready to put it all together.

The Colts will be playing against the Buffalo Bills and Frank Reich has already told everyone that they should expect to see Matt Ryan and other starters playing throughout the first quarter. While many fans would like to tune in, it can be tougher to find preseason games than regular season games. We will break down when and where this game will be played and how fans can watch Indy in its first action of the year.

When is the Colts first preseason game?

Indy’s first preseason game is on Saturday, August 13, at 4 pm ET against the Buffalo Bills. The game will be played in Buffalo at Highmark Stadium.

Will the Colts preseason game be on TV?

Indianapolis’ game against the Bills will be played live nationally on NFL Network and can also be watched locally throughout Indiana on FOX and ABC affiliates.

Will the Colts preseason game be streamed?

Fans can stream Indy’s preseason game online through fuboTV.

Are the Colts starters playing in the preseason?

Yes, Frank Reich has already confirmed to the media that Indy’s starters, including quarterback Matt Ryan, will likely play the entire first quarter of the preseason game against the Buffalo Bills.

This game will provide everyone with the first look at the 2022 Colts. Fans will get to see all of the storylines from training camp come alive in a real game. We’ll be able to see how Matt Ryan is connecting with Indy’s young pass catchers and also get a good look at the defense that has been making headlines under new defensive coordinator Gus Bradley.