Colts’ 2023 schedule features no prime-time games

It appears that the league was determined to keep the Indianapolis Colts Off national television until 2023, or until they can prove that they are worthy to be in primetime again.

After releasing the schedule One thing was made clear Thursday night for the 2023 season. The Colts are currently scheduled without a typical prime-time match.

This means that the current schedule does not include any games on Sunday, Monday or Thursday night. It is a victory that there are no games on Thursday, Sunday or Monday night.

Fans also want to be able to watch their teams during primetime.

The Colts’ closest matchup to a primetime game will be the overseas matchup in Week 10 against the New England Patriots, which takes place in Frankfurt Germany. It will be broadcast live at 9:30 am ET on NFL Network. NFL Network will broadcast the game live at 9:30 a.m. ET. That’s currently the only nationally-televised game on the schedule.

It will be interesting to see the other game that is closest to primetime. The Colts travel to the Carolina Panthers In Week 9, the kickoff is at 4:05 pm ET. ET kickoff. This game is against Frank Reich, the former head coach.

The Colts may be moved to prime time in the second half of the year, when flex scheduling starts. This usually happens around week 11. To be flexed in prime time, the Colts will have to perform above expectations.

In addition, most teams are TBD in Weeks 15 and 18. Depending on how the season goes up until that point, there’s a non-zero chance the Colts get flexed into prime time.

The Colts, however, will focus on the development and growth of the rookie quarterback Anthony Richardson in addition to the other young players on the team.

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