Steelers vs Colts

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Steelers vs Colts Live

When: Sunday, Nov. 12, 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET

Where: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN

TV: CBS, DirecTV

Steelers vs Colts

The AFC North-leading Pittsburgh Steelers head to Indianapolis to take on the 3-5 Colts in this Week 10 NFL matchup. The Steelers are coming off their bye week. The Colts are riding high after a win on the road versus AFC South rivals the Houston Texans.

The Colts are searching for another big upset. The Steelers are looking to avoid playing down to their opponent like they did in the two losses to the Chicago Bears and the Jacksonville Jaguars.

“This is a trap game for us,” Steelers right tackle Marcus Gilbert said. “There will be a lot of noise out there, people expecting us to win. We can’t hear all that noise. We have to execute the game plan and not shoot ourselves in the foot. That’s been our issue this year — not playing up to the level in games we’re supposed to win. This is a really good team, but we can’t go out there and lay an egg.”

One way to stay on the winning side of the ledger for the Steelers is run the football with running back Le’Veon Bell. The former Michigan State star is third in the NFL in rushing with 760 yards. In the three games Bell has carried the football over 30 times, he has produced 130-plus yards each time. The Steelers won all three games. The Colts give up an average 113.9 yards per game on the ground. The Colts have given up the most points in the NFL with 260. The average points per game Indianapolis surrenders is 28.9, which is over 2 points higher than the 31st ranked team, the San Francisco 49ers (26.6).

The Steelers also have the NFL’s leading receiver in Antonio Brown. The former Central Michigan standout leads the league in catches (57) and yards (835). Rookie wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster is second on the team with 24 catches and has gotten better each week. These two playmakers will be facing the NFL’s second worst passing defense. The Colts give up 279.7 yards through the air and will be missing veteran cornerback Vontae Davis again this week.

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