The Broncos vs. Colts live TV and streaming online matchup takes place Sunday as part of the Week 9 schedule for the 2015 NFL season. It will feature a still undefeated Denver team as they play on the road against an Indianapolis team looking to keep themselves afloat for a possible playoff spot. Can Peyton Manning and Denver’s defense continue to come up big, or will Andrew Luck and his Colts put it together for a home win and upset of their undefeated foes? The 2015 NFL live online and TV coverage comes via CBS affiliates.
According to NY Times in their Nov. 8 game preview, Peyton Manning hasn’t had an MVP season so far necessarily, but he looked like one in his team’s recent 29-10 win over then-undefeated Green Bay. Manning threw for 340 yards in that game which also saw Denver’s defense stifle the usually-focused Aaron Rodgers. That defensive unit will look to do the same today against Andrew Luck, who is coming off a nice fourth quarter rally of his team to get to overtime against the Panthers.
Unfortunately for Luck and his team, they fell to Carolina by a field goal in the extra session, but now get another shot at knocking off one of the NFL’s unbeaten teams. However, they defeated Indianapolis in last year’s postseason 24-13, so they may have what it takes to get it done today. The Colts are currently ranking third in total tackles, with 587 so far this season. They’re also seventh in overall interceptions. Mike Adams is currently tied for second with four interceptions this year, so look for him to keep a watchful eye on Manning. Denver’s defense has been highly praised too, so it should be interesting to see which side takes this one in Indianapolis.
Odds makers have the visiting Broncos as four point favorites to win, or a -192 favorite on the moneyline. The home underdog Colts were priced at around +177 before game time. For today’s over/under, a total of 45 points is what to consider. On the futures list, Denver ranks among potential favorites to win the Super Bowl, with current odds of 15 to 2, while Indianapolis is a bit down the list but has odds of 38 to 1. They’ll need to start grabbing some wins soon though.
Today’s Broncos vs. Colts game gets started at 4:25 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. CBS affiliates around the nation will have the live televised coverage of the game. Viewers may be able to watch live streaming online coverage through subscriptions to NFL Game Pass, Verizon NFL Mobile or Sunday Direct Ticket, or the CBS All Access app. For live audio coverage,subscribers can check out Sirius XM Satellite Radio on channels 82 or 83 for the home or away coverage, respectively.