How to watch the Denver Broncos on Thursday night against the Colts

Oct 5, 2022, 12:19 PM | Updated: Oct 13, 2022, 11:53 am
Broncos Colts...
Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images

The Denver Broncos play Thursday night for their Week 5 matchup against the Indianapolis Colts.

Time: Thursday, Oct. 6, 6:15 p.m. Mountain Time
Location: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood
TV: ABC, Denver 7 (only in Denver)
Radio: KOA 850 AM | 94.1 FM
Stream: Amazon Prime Video
Pregame and postgame show: 104.3 The Fan broadcasts right up until kickoff and as soon as the final whistle sounds, while also hosts digital shows that will air at 5:15 p.m. and right after the game on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.

The television broadcast will be voiced by Al Michaels, Kirk Herbstreit and Kaylee Hartung.

The Broncos are coming off a Week 4, 32-23 loss to Las Vegas, while the Colts dropped their contest to the Titans. On the short week, each team will be without their starting running backs. The Broncos are favored to sneak past the Colts and remain above .500.

Denver will get a mini-bye after the game, with their next matchup not coming until Monday Night in Week 6.

This will be the 29th matchup between the franchises and the 26th in the regular season. The Broncos are 14-14 all-time against the Colts, last playing against each other in October of 2019. Denver lost that contest but beat Indy on a Thursday night game in 2017.

The Broncos continue their season next week that Monday against the Chargers; you can see the entire schedule here.



Coach Prime...
Cecil Lammey

Mile High Monday: Prime thankfully takes attention away from Broncos

As the Broncos sputtered to another disappointing loss, the Buffaloes stole the spotlight when they introduced Deion Sanders as head coach
8 hours ago
russell wilson...
James Merilatt

Ugly loss to the Ravens won’t be the low point for sad-sack Broncos

On the heels of their worst performance of a dismal season, Denver is heading headfirst into a showdown with Kansas City that could be ugly
8 hours ago
D.J. Jones...
Cecil Lammey

Three observations from the Broncos loss to the Ravens in Week 13

The Broncos offense continues to embarrass, and this team has no identity on that side of the ball, as proven yet again by their nine points on Sunday
8 hours ago
Russell Wilson...
Andrew Mason

It came down to the Broncos’ defense — because the offense is a tire fire

As Denver's offense plumbs new depths in a generationally bad season, its defense has no margin for error.
1 day ago
Russell Wilson...
Will Petersen

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Broncos are awful combo of bad, boring

The game against the Ravens was borderline unwatchable and wasn't even the biggest football story in Colorado during the fourth quarter
1 day ago
Nathaniel Hackett...
Will Petersen

Hackett asked about message to Broncos locker room after painful loss

It could be one of his final messages to the team, as the clock has to be ticking and maybe expiring on the Hackett era in Denver
1 day ago
How to watch the Denver Broncos on Thursday night against the Colts