Colts vs. Panthers Time, Location, Streaming, Odds & More: Details you need to know

The Indianapolis Colts will travel to play the Carolina Panthers on Sunday. Here’s everything you need to know about the Week 9 matchup.
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The Indianapolis Colts have lost their last three games. Fortunately, Indy’s Week 9 opponent has the worst record in the NFL. Indianapolis will be taking on the 1-6 Carolina Panthers. Carolina picked up its first win of the season in Week 8 and will try to keep things rolling against the Colts.

Of course, the game’s biggest storyline will be about Frank Reich. Reich, the current head coach of the Panthers, spent the last five seasons as the head coach in Indy before being fired in 2022. This will be his first game against the team since then. While Reich said this game isn’t personal for him, he is highly motivated.

Here are all the details and information for the game.

Colts vs. Panthers Game Time

The game is scheduled for Sunday, November 5, at 4:05 pm ET. It’s Indianapolis’ only game this season scheduled for 4:05pm ET. All the other games have 1:00 pm ET kickoff times, with an international game that will kickoff at 9:30 am ET.

Colts vs. Panthers Location

This is a road game for Indy, so it will be played in Charlotte, North Carolina at Bank of America Stadium. It should be a great day for football, with the weather expected to be 64 degrees and sunny at kickoff.

Colts vs. Panthers Streaming and TV

The game will be aired on CBS. It will be the only CBS game in the evening slot this week. As far as streaming, the game will be available on fuboTV and NFL+.

Colts vs. Panthers Odds

Indianapolis will enter this game as 2.5-point favorites with a -135 moneyline. The over/under for the game is set at 43.5 points.

Colts vs. Panthers History

These two teams have only played each other seven times before. Carolina leads the all-time series 5-2. The last game between the two was in 2019 and Indianapolis won 38-6. Indy will hope for a similar outing on Sunday.