The Indianapolis Colts are entering Week 5 at 2-2, and although they are coming off a loss, they have been much better than people expected to start the season. To make things better, Indy is getting a boost in the form of All-Pro running back Jonathan Taylor. Taylor’s 21-day practice window was opened this week, and he has a chance to be activated for Sunday’s game.
Taylor would definitely be a great addition for the Colts, as they try to defeat a tough Tennessee Titans team. Like Indy, Tennessee is 2-2, as are all four AFC South teams. This Week 5 matchup is a big game for the division. Let’s dive into all the details.
Colts vs. Titans Game Time
This game is scheduled for Sunday, October 8, at 1:00 pm ET. Nearly all of Indy’s games this season are scheduled to kick off at 1:00pm ET. Indianapolis has one game scheduled for 4:05pm ET, and an international game that will kickoff at 9:30 am ET.
Colts vs. Titans Location
This is a home game for the Colts, so it will be in Indianapolis at Lucas Oil Stadium. The weather isn’t going to be a factor, since Lucas Oil Stadium is a dome with a retractable roof. Considering that it’s now October, the roof will likely remain closed.
Colts vs. Titans 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. Titans Odds
Courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook, Indianapolis is 2.5-point underdogs. Both teams have the same 2-2 record, and have had their ups and downs this season, but it’s the away team that will enter the game as the favorites. Indy has a moneyline of +110, and the over/under is currently set at 43.5 points.
Colts vs. Titans History
Historically, Indianapolis has dominated this series, leading 35-22. However, recent history is what’s important, and Tennessee has dominated that. The Titans enter Sunday’s game on a five-game win streak against the Colts. Indy will hope to snap that streak on Sunday.