Broncos vs. Colts score: Live updates, game stats, highlights, streaming for ‘Thursday Night Football’

The Indianapolis Colts are still in the mix for the AFC South race, despite their start to the season. Indianapolis won’t have Jonathan Taylor in Thursday night’s showdown with the Denver Broncos, making the prime-time matchup even more critical for Matt Ryan and the passing game to make an impact.

Indianapolis is averaging just 14.3 points per game, last in the NFL this season. Ryan hasn’t been consistent with five touchdowns and five interceptions. He has eight turnovers this season (most in the NFL) and has been sacked 15 times (fifth-most in NFL). Ryan’s tight ends — Mo Alie-Cox and Jelani Woods — have a combined for touchdown catches in the last two games in providing a red zone spark for the Colts.

The Broncos will not have Javonte Williams (torn ACL) for the rest of the season, so Melvin Gordon and Mike Boone will handle the duties at running back. Gordon has four fumbles on 37 carries this season, so his touches will be something to monitor in this one. Denver is averaging just 16.3 points per game this season, third worst in the NFL.

This matchup will be interesting as both teams are fighting to survive in the AFC. Keep it pinned to the live blog for all the real-time updates and analysis from this one!

How to watch

Date: Thursday, Oct. 6 | Time: 8:15 pm ET
Location: Empower Field at Mile High (Denver)
Stream: Amazon Prime Video
Follow: CBS Sports App
odds: Broncos -3, O/U 42

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