News

Print
RSS

Game Release: Colts @ Bengals

Posted Aug 25, 2014

Colts close preseason slate with Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium

The Indianapolis Colts will wrap up their 2014 preseason schedule with a road contest against the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday, Aug. 28. Kickoff at Paul Brown Stadium is set for 7 p.m.

The matchup will mark the 14th consecutive meeting between the two teams in the preseason. Cincinnati holds an all-time 14-8 advantage in the overall series, dating back to 1985. The Colts fell to the Bengals in last year’s preseason finale at Paul Brown Stadium by a score of 27-10.

Last week, the Colts lost to the New Orleans Saints, 23-17. Wide receiver Reggie Wayne played in his first game since suffering a season-ending injury in Week 7 last year. Quarterback Andrew Luck finished the game completing 10-of-18 passes for 103 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Running back Daniel “Boom” Herron led both teams with eight carries for 68 yards, including a long run of 43 yards.

Defensively, cornerback Josh Gordy recorded the team’s first interception of the preseason. Safeties Mike Adams and LaRon Landry and inside linebacker D’Qwell Jackson tied a game high with six tackles apiece.

Following Thursday’s contest against the Bengals, the Colts will prepare for the regular season opener against the Broncos on Sunday Night Football at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.

READ THE FULL RELEASE HERE

Stay up-to-date on everything Colts! Sign-up for the Colts E-newsletter
Leave your comments below Join the COLTSTRONG Fan Community

Recent Videos

  • Colts Cheerleaders Dazzle Crowds In Hong Kong

    (2:19)

    The Indianapolis Colts Cheerleaders continue to impress the large crowds during their trip to Hong Kong as part of the celebration of the Chinese New Year. Wednesday will mark their final day of appearances in Hong Kong.

  • Colts Cheerleaders Perform In Hong Kong Parade

    (3:00)

    The Indianapolis Colts Cheerleaders performed in the Chinese New Year International Night Parade in Hong Kong. More than 150,000 people lined the streets with more than three million tuning in on TV. This year marks the Year of the Monkey.

Recent Photos