Indianapolis Colts Host New England Patriots on Sunday Night Football
STAMFORD, Conn. – October 15, 2015 – Tomorrow’s “Together We Make Football” segment on TODAY features a profile of Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck.
The piece is an in-depth look at Luck as he and his father, Oliver, a former quarterback for the Houston Oilers (which became the Tennessee Titans) return to the neighborhood in London they lived in when Oliver was President of the NFL’s Europe league. The segment shows Luck and his father at traditional English shops and activities, including a professional tailor and afternoon tea, where they received a lesson in etiquette. Luck also reminisces about how growing up overseas shaped who he is today.
Sunday Night Football, television’s No. 1 primetime show, continues this Sunday, Oct. 17, when the Indianapolis Colts host the New England Patriots at Lucas Oil Stadium. Coverage begins at 7 p.m. ET with Football Night in America, the most-watched studio show in sports.
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Following is NBC’s full Sunday Night Football schedule:
|2015 NBC SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL SCHEDULE|
|*Sun. Oct. 18||Week 6||New England Patriots at Indianapolis Colts|
|*Sun. Oct. 25||Week 7||Philadelphia Eagles at Carolina Panthers|
|*Sun. Nov. 1||Week 8||Green Bay Packers at Denver Broncos|
|*Sun. Nov. 8||Week 9||Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys|
|*Sun. Nov. 15||Week 10||Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks|
|*Sun. Nov. 22||Week 11||Kansas City Chiefs at San Diego Chargers|
|**Thurs. Nov. 26||Week 12||Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers|
|*Sun. Nov. 29||Week 12||New England Patriots at Denver Broncos|
|*Sun. Dec. 6||Week 13||Indianapolis Colts at Pittsburgh Steelers|
|*Sun. Dec. 13||Week 14||Seattle Seahawks at Baltimore Ravens|
|*Sun. Dec. 20||Week 15||Cincinnati Bengals at San Francisco 49ers|
|*Sun. Dec. 27||Week 16||Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens|
|*Sun. Jan. 3||Week 17||TBD|
** Thanksgiving Night Game
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