Colts vs. Browns Time, Location, Streaming, Odds & More: Everything you need to know

The Indianapolis Colts are hosting the Cleveland Browns for a big Week 7 matchup. Here are all the details for the AFC matchup between Indy and Cleveland.
Oct 11, 2020; Cleveland, Ohio, USA; Indianapolis Colts running back Jonathan Taylor (28) scores a
Oct 11, 2020; Cleveland, Ohio, USA; Indianapolis Colts running back Jonathan Taylor (28) scores a / Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

After losing to the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 6, the Indianapolis Colts are hoping to avoid back-to-back losses, something that hasn’t happened to Indy this season. However, Indy has a tough challenge ahead of them. The Colts will be facing a 3-2 Cleveland Browns team, whose defense is currently playing at a historic level.

Indianapolis will be debuting its “Indiana Nights” alternate uniform, which features the first black helmet in franchise history. Hopefully, the Colts will be able to live up to Deion Sanders’ famous words and look good, feel good, and play good. Here’s all the information for the game.

Colts vs. Browns Game Time

This game is scheduled for Sunday, October 22, at 1:00 pm ET, like many of Indy’s games this season. Indianapolis has one game scheduled for 4:05pm ET, and an international game that will kickoff at 9:30 am ET.

Colts vs. Browns Location

This is a home game for the Colts, so it will be in Indianapolis at Lucas Oil Stadium. The weather shouldn't be a factor considering that Lucas Oil Stadium is a dome with a retractable roof. Since it’s now late October, the roof will likely remain closed.

Colts vs. Browns Streaming and TV

The game will be aired on CBS. Be sure to check local listings, because there will be multiple NFL games on CBS at this time. As far as streaming, the game will be available on fuboTV and NFL+.

Colts vs. Browns Odds

Cleveland is expected to win this game, with Indy entering as 3-point underdogs. Indianapolis has a moneyline of +143, and the over/under is currently set at 40 points.

Colts vs. Browns History

Historically, the battle between these franchises is very tight, with Cleveland leading the all-time series 18-17. The last time these two teams played was in 2020, and the Browns won 32-23. Indianapolis will try to even up the all time series with a win on Sunday.