How To Watch Colts vs. Commanders: Live Stream and Game Predictions
Here’s all the info on how to watch Colts vs. Commanders as they battle in a Week 8 matchup in Indianapolis at Lucas Oil Stadium.
What was once billed as Carson Wentz’s return to Lucas Oil Stadium to face off against the Indianapolis Colts and Matt Ryan, will now be a battle between Sam Ehlinger and Taylor Heinicke. With Carson Wentz sidelined with a fractured finger and Matt Ryan benched, Indianapolis will try to rebound against a Washington team that upset the Green Bay Packers in Week 7.
How to Watch Colts vs. Commanders
The Week 8 game between Indianapolis and Washington will be on FOX in local markets. Kicking off at 4:25 ET, this game will be sharing a window with the 49ers vs. Rams and Giants vs. Seahawks, both also being on FOX, so it’s important to check local listings.
How to Stream Colts vs. Commanders
The game can be streamed on NFL+, the NFL’s official streaming service but it requires a paid subscription. The game can also be streamed on FuboTV.
How to Listen to Colts vs. Commanders
In Indianapolis, the games can be listened to on 93.5/107.5 The Fan and 97.1 Hank FM. Nationally, the game will be available on ESPN Radio and Sirius XM NFL stations.
Colts vs. Commanders Kickoff time and Location
The game will be played in Indianapolis at Lucas Oil Stadium and is scheduled to kick off at 4:25 ET.
Colts vs. Commanders Predictions
Indianapolis is favored to win the game and expect that to happen. While Sam Ehlinger may have some growing pains in his first career start, Indy’s defense should be able to carry them to another victory on Sunday.
What is the weather for Colts vs. Commanders
It’s expected to be 59 degrees and partially sunny at the time of kickoff but that shouldn’t matter since this game will be played indoors and the weather probably isn’t nice enough for Indy to open the roof of Lucas Oil Stadium.
Colts vs. Commanders History
This is the first time Indianapolis will be playing Washington since it changed its name to the Commanders. However, Indy has played the franchise 33 times in NFL history and currently leads the series 21-12. The Colts have won the last four matchups including their last meeting in 2018 when Indy won 21-9. Indianapolis will look to extend that streak to five straight on Sunday.