Colts vs. Chiefs: What you need to know as we count down to kickoff

When does the game start?

The game is scheduled to begin at 4:35 p.m. ET on Saturday, but network TV coverage begins at 3 p.m.

How can I watch the game?

Fort Wayne’s NBC (channel 21.2 via antenna) is broadcasting the divisional playoff game in northeast Indiana and part of northwest Ohio. It’s available on other NBC network affiliates across the country. Some viewers (those with a cable television subscription) can stream the game via the NBC Sports app.

Who will be the announcers for the broadcast?

Al Michaels will handle the play-by-play, with Cris Collinsworth serving as analyst. Michele Tafoya and Heather Cox are the reporters on the sidelines.

What is the weather forecast for Kansas City?

Snow is in the forecast for most of Saturday, with temperatures expected to be in the low 30s during the day. Arrowhead Stadium is an outdoor venue.

Who is favored in the game?

On average, the Chiefs are 5-point favorites, though the “Vegas line” has wavered between 4.5 and 6 points throughout the week.

Who is injured for each team?

These are the latest game status reports, which were filed on Thursday:

Colts

  • Denico Autry, DT – questionable
  • Malik Hooker, S – questionable
  • Tyquan Lewis, DE – doubtful
  • Ryan Grant, WR – out

 

Chiefs

  • Eric Berry, S – questionable
  • Spencer Ware, RB – questionable
  • Sammy Watkins, WR – questionable
  • Dorian O’Daniel, LB – doubtful
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