Skip to comments.Watch the Colts whip the Chiefs LIVE online for free at NBC Sports
Posted on 01/04/2014 1:14:44 PM PST by ETL
This obviously is for those of us without basic television service, for one reason or another...
One can watch any sporting event online free, at WiziWig or TVPC.
Sounds a lot like a guarantee.
I plan to watch the Chiefs beat the Colts.
Thanks. I’ll check those sites out. I’ve been using some site in freaking Mexico up to now.
Strangely enough, Chiefs ESPN has the Chiefs a one point favorite. Don’t know if that’s before or after Colt’s Matthews tore up his knee during the pre-game warmups.
Even better yet, it appears they screwed up the sound mix: the central channel - which carries the broadcaster commentary - is missing. So I don't have to listen to their annoying blather, but I still have the surround sound channels of stadium noise!
Thanks! We don’t have TV, just internet.
I’m outta here until after the game!
I'm in my ninth decade waiting for the Cubs to win a world series. They last won before Radio!
>>Strangely enough, Chiefs ESPN has the Chiefs a one point favorite.
>>Dont know if thats before or after Colts Matthews
>>tore up his knee during the pre-game warmups.
Chiefs now favored over Colts
by Mike Wilkening
January 4, 2014, 2:28 PM EST
In the first wild-card game of the weekend, the home team is now a slight underdog.
According to multiple websites monitoring point spreads at Nevada sports books, the Chiefs are favored by 1-to-2.5 points as of early Saturday afternoon.
The Colts opened as 2.5-point favorites earlier in the week. A check of the Jim Feist, Marc Lawrence and ProFootballReference.com point spread archives shows that the Colts havent been a home underdog in a postseason game since at least moving to Indianapolis in 1984.
The Colts are hosting a playoff game for the first time since January 8, 2011, when they fell to the Jets 17-16. Indianapolis was a two-point favorite against New York.
Please refrain from placing sports threads in the main forum. This is chat material.
>>I plan to watch the Chiefs beat the Colts<<
Based on the 1st KC drive, it looks like the Colts brought the Dallas defense...
Quite the lag time via this, but the different camera angles are interesting.
You’re right. Sorry about that.
The Colts always start off slow. They’re like a race horse that sits back early then comes flying down the stretch at the end.
Well, to be honest, I’m sweating a little myself right now. Chiefs about to score on opening drive.
>>The Colts always start off slow. <<
Early to say but we might just have us a shoot-out.
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