The NFL schedule 2013 live stream and TV games bring the final game for week 6 to the spotlight with Monday Night Football on Oct. 14. This latest matchup features the Indianapolis Colts, who have lost just once so far this season, as they visit the struggling Chargers with surging QB Phillip Rivers. The latest televised and live streaming NFL game is presented via ESPN's sports networks.
An NBC San Diego report from Oct. 14 notes that Indianapolis enters this game off back-to-back victories over two of the best in the NFC: the San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks. They currently rank at 11th overall in the NFL in defense, which has led to them being able to contain opponents. Add to that fact that they have a plus-6 turnover ratio, and it's easy to see how this team is currently 4-1 and leading their division.
The Chargers, with a record of 2-3 might considered this a game they need to win to stay in their division chase, but right now the Chiefs and Broncos look like they're lightyears ahead of them at 6-0. It's been noted that San Diego has a minus-8 turnover ratio, so with the Colts defense playing how it has, this could be a tough spot. Luckily for them, they'll have the home crowd on their side rooting on QB Phillip Rivers and the rest of the crew.
This game will feature two of the top three quarterbacks in the league in terms of overall rating, with Rivers at second and the Colts' Andrew Luck at third. The only guy ahead of them is Peyton Manning of the Denver Broncos. Still, the Colts have to be pleased that their top draft pick from last year has been continuing to excel and is playing like a veteran at the QB spot.
One player who could come up big for the Chargers is cornerback Shareece Wright. He's returned from a hamstring injury, and will probably be covering Reggie Wayne or T.Y. Hilton tonight. If he can do a good enough job to contain either one (or both), then that could take away some of Luck's favorite targets.
For the Colts, they might look for their recently-traded-for running back, Trent Richardson to finally have a huge game on the ground. So far it's been noted that he has had just 151 yards on 51 attempts for his newest team. It's been said potential is certainly there for him to be the next big running back star, but he'll need to have a breakout game with the Colts to really show his stuff. If the passing attack gets limited, then it just might happen tonight in San Diego.
Tonight's Monday Night Football game between the Colts and Chargers has a start time of 8:25 p.m. EST. ESPN will present the game in standard and hi-definition via cable or satellite. In addition, many cable or satellite providers allow their customers to log into the WatchESPN service online and watch the game live streaming, free of charge. See more details here about which companies participate with this broadband sports network.