If you’re in the yellow, you’ll get Colts vs. Jaguars on TV

The Indianapolis Colts (0-0-1) have another set of demons to exorcise in Week 2 when they visit the Jacksonville Jaguars (0-1) at TIAA Bank Field.

It’s nothing new to know the Colts haven’t had success when traveling to Duval County. Even though they’ve opened the week as slight favorites over the Jaguars, they haven’t won in Jacksonville since the 2014 season.

Those in the yellow region of the TV broadcast map will get the game on the local CBS channel, per 506 Sports.

(Courtesy of 506 Sports)

Getting the call for this game will be the same crew that called the season opener for the Colts down in Houston. It will be Tom McCarthy (play-by-play) and Tiki Barber (color analyst).

The Colts have a lot riding on this game. Bouncing back from a tie in Week 1 is crucial. Of course, they want to avoid another winless start through the first two games. But they also have a lot to prove in that they can win on the road when they are favored.

If the Colts come out with a fire as they did in the fourth quarter of the opener, they should win the game. But if they come out flat again, they may not be so lucky to add to the win column.

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