It’s official. With the Colts defeating the Cincinnati Bengals 26-10 in the Wild Card games from Indianapolis, they will happen to be Denver next weekend to handle the Broncos and Peyton Manning.
The overall game will be on CBS and start time is at 4:40 p.m. eastern time this upcoming Sunday, marking the fourth and final among the Divisional round games. And you will see lots of hype entering it, for sure, with the greatest player in Colts franchise history facing his former Colts team for the proper to visit the AFC Championship game. Storylines will abound.
Also next weekend, the Baltimore Ravens will undertake the New England Patriots. There’s a real chance that the Ravens could pull out the game, and there could be a chance that the Colts could knock off the Broncos. Obviously, Indy won’t be favored in that game, but don’t count the Colts out. In week one, Indy went along to Denver, played terrible for a half, and still lost by only seven.
With Andrew Luck at quarterback, you are able to never rule the Colts out. He’d his best performance of the summer season on Sunday from the Bengals, completing 31 of 44 passes for 376 yards and a touchdown with out a turnover and with numerous drops and penalties negating potentially big plays.