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NFL Playoffs 2014 Patriots vs. Colts: TV start time and live stream

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The NFL Playoffs 2014 divisional playoff games are this weekend, and tonight's schedule features the Patriots vs the Colts in a game that will be on TV and available via NFL live stream video, according to a Nov. 11 Christian Post report. The winner between the Indianapolis Colts vs. the New England Patriots will play next weekend in the the AFC Conference Championship Game.

The Patriots vs. Colts kickoff is at 8.15 p.m. EST tonight. These two teams never met up during the regular season, so it should make tonight's game even more interesting to watch for NFL fans. Will Andrew Luck and the Colts end up on top, or will it be the more experienced Tom Brady and the Patriots that play in the AFC championship next weekend?

The Patriots are better rested since they did not have to play in last weekend's Wild Card games like the Colts did. Brady has played in 24 postseason games with a record of 17-7. Meanwhile, Andrew Luck has played in two postseason games. He's won one and lost one so far. Clearly the Pats are favorites in this game, but it is possible that the Colts will pull of an upset win in these NFL playoffs.

You can check out tonight's primetime matchup of the Indianapolis Colts vs. the New England Patriots on CBS starting at 8:15 p.m. EST. If you are unable to watch on TV, CBS Sports also has a live stream video version available that you can watch using your computer or other mobile device.

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