Colts vs. Broncos: Game time, live stream, TV coverage
Denver comes into Sunday's AFC Divisional Playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts with the NFL's second-highest scoring offense. The Colts advanced by dominating Cincinnati in the Wild Card and have won at least one playoff game in each of the past two seasons. The teams met in Week 1, a 31-24 victory by Denver.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
How to watch
Details for Sunday’s game are below:
Kickoff: 4:45 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live-streamed here.
TV coverage: CBS
Week 17: Broncos 47, Raiders 14
The Broncos clinched a first-round playoff bye without the benefit of a Peyton Manning touchdown pass. C.J. Anderson ran for 87 yards and three touchdowns, cornerback Tony Carter returned a fumble for another score and Connor Barth kicked four field goals to help lock up the AFC's second seed. The Raiders only had 199 total yards of offense.
Week 16: Bengals 37, Broncos 28
The Bengals intercepted Peyton Manning four times en route to clinching a playoff spot with a win over the Broncos. Dre Kirkpatrick had two interceptions, while Adam Jones and Reggie Nelson each had one pick. Andy Dalton threw for 147 yards, two touchdowns and an interception, and Jeremy Hill rushed for 147 yards and a score.
Week 15: Broncos 22, Chargers 10
The Broncos clinched their fourth straight division title as Peyton Manning threw for 233 yards and one touchdown, despite playing with an illness. The Broncos, who got five field goals from Connor Barth, also won their 12th straight division road game. Philip Rivers was picked off twice and San Diego only converted one of their five red zone trips into points.
Week 14: Broncos 24, Bills 17
C.J. Anderson ran for three touchdowns in Denver's third straight victory. Peyton Manning was held without a touchdown pass for the first time in 51 games. Manning was also picked off twice and threw for only 173 yards. Buffalo’s Sammy Watkins caught seven passes for 127 yards and Kyle Orton attempted a team-record 57 passes. He had one touchdown and two interceptions and threw for 355 yards.
Wild Card round: Colts 26, Bengals 10
Andrew Luck threw for 376 yards and one touchdown and the defense held the Bengals in check to help the Colts advance to the AFC Divisional Playoff. Luck's score was a 36-yard touchdown pass to Donte Moncrief as he was being tackled to the ground. It put the Colts up 20-10.
Week 17: Colts 27, Titans 10
The Colts swept the AFC South for the second straight season for the first time in franchise history, outgaining the Titans 378-192. Andrew Luck eclipsed Peyton Manning's franchise record for passing yards in a season and also became the eighth quarterback in NFL history to throw for 40 touchdowns and at least 4,000 yards in a season.
Week 16: Cowboys 42, Colts 7
The Cowboys clinched the NFC East with a stunning rout of the Colts, holding Indianapolis scoreless until the 5:24 mark in the fourth quarter. Tony Romo threw four touchdowns while Andrew Luck passed for a season-low 109 yards with two interceptions.
Week 15: Colts 17, Texans 10
The Texans had their two-game winning streak snapped as Andrew Luck threw two touchdown passes and Adam Vinatieri nailed a 29-yard field goal with 2:11 to go. The Colts clinched their second straight AFC South title with the win. Neither team cracked 300 yards.