Want to figure out how to catch the Houston Texans renew their rivalry with the Indianapolis Colts? Here is how you can do just that.
After losing in an ugly fashion last Sunday to the Minnesota Vikings in their second road game of the season, the Houston Texans return home to play their second divisional game of the season. Oddly enough, after losing on the road the first time, they came home and defeated a divisional opponent. Will lightning strike twice?
The 3-2 Texans will host the 2-3 Colts on Sunday, looking for some answers after being embarrassed last week in the Land of 10,000 Lakes. The Texans will be hurting in the secondary with Johnathan Joseph and Kareem Jackson both nursing injuries, which does not bode well against Andrew Luck and the high flying Colts. However, this could be a statement game for the Texans offense, going against a weak Colts defense.
So how can you keep up with the action? Well, I’m glad you asked because we have all that info you need. Even if you didn’t ask, we still have the info!
Sunday, October 16th, 7:30 p.m. CDT/ 8:30 EST at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas
NBC is scheduled to have the game this week. To see if it’s available in your area check out what our friends at the team’s official web page have to say! Also, if you are a transplanted Texans fan living outside of Texas, check out the unofficial national NFL coverage map on 506 sports. But of course since it’s on NBC, it will be aired nationwide. Still, you can see which games will be seen on regional coverage in your area on Sunday afternoon.
As always, Sports Radio 610 (AM) and 100.3 (FM) are there for those of us who cannot watch the game. Also, Sirius channel136 is going to cover this one as well. Another option could be the audio streaming available with an NFL Game Pass subscription.