Here, you’ll find everything you need to know about Week 10’s Thursday Night Football matchup between the Indianapolis Colts and Tennessee Titans. We’ll collect all of DraftKings Nation’s best content here, in one spot, your one-stop shop for Week 10 TNF broadcast information, betting and DFS content, fantasy, injuries and more.
The Indianapolis Colts will travel to face the Tennessee Titans in Week 10 for a battle of the AFC South. The games airs on FOX and will be available via live stream on Amazon Prime. Kickoff is scheduled for 8:20 p.m. ET. The Titans lead the division at 6-2, while the Colts sit at 5-3. It’s a close and competitive race to the top of this division, as the Texans and Jaguars sit at 2-6 and 1-7, respectively.
The Colts, led by veteran QB Phillip Rivers, ranked fifth-overall in team DVOA., with their ultimate strength as their No. 3 ranked defense. Darius Leonard continues to be the stronghold of this unit, currently leading the team in tackles even despite his two games missed due to a groin injury. The team is allowing just 4.8 yards per play (second-lowest among NFL teams) while generating turn overs on 16.4% of drives. The offense currently ranks 17th in points scored and 19th in offensive yards, scoring on 45.8% of offensive drives (10th).
The Titans, conversely, have found their greatest strength on offense. QB Ryan Tannehill ranks fifth in passing touchdowns, maintaining an efficient TD rate of 7.5% while ranking top-six in adjusted air yards per attempt and quarterback rating. The run game remains as strong as ever under Derrick Henry, who currently ranks No. 1 in rush attempts so far on the season, posting 858 rushing yards — the second most in the league, behind just Dalvin Cook.
This match up of defensive strength versus offensive prowess will certainly provide TNF viewers an interesting game.
Date: Thursday, Nov. 12
Time: 8:20 p.m. ET
If you don’t have cable or Amazon Prime, you can get a free trial from YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream Thursday Night Football this week.
The game is often a little bit delayed on live streams, but usually it’s only between 30 and 60 seconds behind the TV broadcast. That can impact you if you’re on Twitter during the game, but otherwise it’s an easy option.
Injuries to note for Thursday Night Football
T.Y. Hilton (groin), TE Mo Alie-Cox (knee), TE Jack Doyle (concussion)