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On Sunday, September 18, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. EDT, the Jacksonville Jaguars will face the Indianapolis Colts at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Florida. The game airs exclusively on CBS, which you can stream with a live TV streaming service.

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts

The Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts game will be streamed on CBS, which is available with a 5-day free trial of DIRECTV STREAM. You can also stream CBS on fuboTV, Paramount Plus, Hulu Live TV, and YouTube TV.

Can you stream Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts on DIRECTV STREAM?

You can watch the Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts game on CBS with a FREE 5-Day Trial of DIRECTV STREAM + $20 off your first 2 months. You will also be able to stream ESPN, Fox and NBC.

Can you stream Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts on fuboTV?

You can watch the Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts game on CBS with a 7-day free trial of fuboTV. You will also be able to stream ESPN, Fox and NBC.

Can you stream Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts on Paramount Plus?

You can watch the Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts game on CBS with a 30-day free trial of Paramount Plus.

Can you stream Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts on Hulu Live TV?

You can watch the Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts game on CBS with a Hulu + Live TV subscription, which gets $20 off your first 3 months. You can also add NFL RedZone for just $10, with their new Sports Add-On. You will also be able to stream ESPN, Fox and NBC.

Can you stream Jacksonville Jaguars vs Indianapolis Colts on YouTube TV?

You can watch the Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts game on CBS with YouTube TV. You will also be able to stream ESPN, Fox and NBC.

Can you stream Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts on NFL Sunday Ticket Online?

If they are not showing the Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts game in your local market, you may be able to stream the game with NFL Sunday Ticket.

If you live in an apartment or dorm, you can stream NFL Sunday Ticket starting at $300 for the entire season. However, if you’re a college student or recent graduate, you can save on the NFL’s out-of-market streaming service.

Students can get NFL Sunday Ticket Online for $120, while recent graduates can get it for just $200.

Can you stream the Jacksonville Jaguars vs Indianapolis Colts on NFL+?

If the Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts game is airing in your local market, you can watch or listen to the game live on your mobile device or tablet with a free 7-day trial of NFL+ ($4.99 per month). You won’t be able to AirPlay or stream it to your TV.

If you upgrade to NFL+ Premium ($9.99/month), you can watch the game ad-free on demand on connected TVs immediately after it ends.

Can you stream Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts on Sling TV?

Unfortunately, Sling TV does not carry CBS, so you will not be able to stream the Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts game. You will be able to stream ESPN, Fox and NBC.

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Indianapolis Colts vs Jacksonville Jaguars Game Preview: Revamped Colts get another chance to end Jags road skid

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Despite penalties, missed covers, missed passes, red-zone misses, third-down issues and a late turnover, the Jacksonville Jaguars found progress and potential in their loss season opener in Washington.

Maybe it’s the reality of a promising team or maybe it’s misguided optimism coming from a new head coach, new staff and new players in every direction. Either way, the Jags (0-1) should have a better gauge when they host rival AFC South Indianapolis (0-0-1) on Sunday.

The Colts, coming off a daunting tie in Houston that cost kicker Rodrigo Blankenship his job, are widely considered the team to beat in the division and have spent the past eight months waiting for that rematch.

Jacksonville knocked Indy out of the playoffs in the 2021 season finale, a 26-11 beating that prompted the Colts to switch quarterbacks in the offseason. It was Jacksonville’s seventh straight home win in the series, a crushing slippage for the Colts that they say is more a fluke than a fundamental flaw in the way teams stack up at TIAA Bank Field. .

“It’s not just us and Jacksonville. There are other teams that have this same problem, just in other ways,” Indy running back Nyheim Hines said. “If you’re an NFL team, among the 31 teams, there will be someone who will have your number every time you play them or play each other.”

The Colts haven’t won in Jacksonville since 2014. Coach Frank Reich is winless in four games, and no one on the team’s current roster has won in Jacksonville with Indy.

“It’s like an interesting, unique situation that happened there that hasn’t won in seven years,” Colts defensive tackle DeForest Buckner said. “It’s hard. I can’t put my finger on it. But every year is a new year.

It’s one of the few positive streaks for Jacksonville, which extended its road and NFC slips to 18 and 17 games, respectively, last week against the Commanders.

The franchise’s first game under new coach Doug Pederson was a mess full of mistakes. The Jaguars had 13 penalties, dropped a surefire touchdown pass and struggled with the bases on both sides of the ball.

“You have to move on, take the positives and learn from the negatives,” quarterback Trevor Lawrence said. “We had a great opportunity this week. Obviously we need a win, not because of the defeats we have suffered in the past, but because we started 0-1 last week. … That would be huge for us.

The Colts are taking the same approach, especially after their last seven road trips in the series.

“Sometimes you get these things in sports like this that you just can’t explain,” Reich said. “The explanation is that every time we played there, they outplayed us and dragged us down.”

WELCOME BACK?

Former Jaguars coach Gus Bradley is making his third trip back to Jacksonville as defensive coordinator. This time, he won’t see many familiar faces on the opposing sideline. Only one player remains from Bradley’s 2013-16 tenure in Jacksonville: longtime backup center Tyler Shatley.

“He’s an awesome guy,” Shatley said. “It’s pretty crazy to think about being the last guy in this regime. But here we are. There are still a lot of guys who were playing back then, but they’re somewhere else.

Colts defensive end Yannick Ngakoue is one of them. Drafted by Jacksonville in the third round in 2016, Ngakoue is playing for his fifth team in four years. He ranks second on Jacksonville’s all-time sack list with 37 1/2.

Ngakoue had two sacks in his first game against the Jaguars, which came to Baltimore in 2020.

“It’s always fun to play against Yan,” Jaguars left tackle Cam Robinson said. “He’s such a good player. From top to bottom he’s a very driving guy, lots of speed around the edge, lots of contractions, lots of suddenness. He’s never taken play in training, which means I could never take a game.”

FRIENDLY FIRE

Pederson and Reich remain close friends after teaming up to win the Super Bowl with Philadelphia after the 2017 season. Reich left the Eagles after their title run to return to Indy. Pederson took the Jags job this year after going last season without practice.

“I talk to him frequently, obviously not in the season but in the offseason, a few times a month,” Reich said. “I think the world of him. Great, classy person, really great football coach. It’s kind of exciting, you know, he’s in our division.

INJURY WATCH

The Colts could be without two key players: three-time All-Pro linebacker Shaquille Leonard (back surgery) and rookie receiver Alec Pierce (concussion protocol).