Will the Jags-Colts game be on TV in your area?

The Jacksonville Jaguars (2-6) were able to surpass their 2020 win total from last season Sunday, and did so by defeating one of the best teams in the AFC in the Buffalo Bills by a score of 9-6. However, as huge of a win as that was for the franchise, they must quickly forget it and turn their attention to their divisional rivals in the Indianapolis Colts (4-5), who they have a Week 10 road game against.

The Colts will be coming off an impressive 45-3- win over the New York Jets and entered the week as favorites by more than a touchdown over the Jags (-10.5). And when looking at how the last meeting at Lucas Oil Stadium went, the Jags could be in for a tough task Sunday.

For those who want to catch it locally, it won’t be the most distributed game but will be viewable by many fans in the north and central Florida regions, and the southern part of Georgia in terms of the markets in the south, according to 506 Sports.

In terms of some markets up north, a majority of the fans in Indiana will get to see the game, as well as a good amount of fans in Illinois. Due to Carson Wentz’s ties to North Dakota, about a third of the state will get to see the game alongside some of the fans in the western Minnesota market.

Lastly, there are also some fans in the western part of Kentucky who will get to see the game, too.

Andrew Catalon will be handling the play-by-play duties for Sunday’s game, while James Lofton will be the color analyst, and Sherree Burris will handle the sideline reporting.

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