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WESTFIELD, Ind. — The Indianapolis Colts (0-0) and Buffalo Bills (0-0) get their 2019 preseason started out in New York on Thursday evening, giving fans relief from months and months of being without football.

In this first preseason matchup, it is likely that many established starters either play very few snaps if at all, so it will be a great chance to get a look at each team’s rookies and other budding, young players.

Here is everything you need to know to get you ready for Thursday’s preseason kickoff.
BROADCAST INFORMATION

Thursday, Aug. 8, at 7 p.m. ET
Buffalo, N.Y.; New Era Field
TV: FOX59 (WXIN) — Greg Rakestraw (play-by-play), Rick Venturi (color) and Larra Overton (sideline)
To find out what games will be on in your area, check here.
Radio: WFNI “1070 The Fan” and WLHK “HANK FM” — Matt Taylor (play-by-play), Jim Sorgi (color) and Jeffrey Gorman (sideline)

ALL-TIME SERIES

Bills lead, 32-37-1. In the preseason, the teams are tied 4-4.
Last game — Week 7 of 2018. Colts won, 37-5. The Colts won the last preseason matchup in 2016, 19-18.

  • Overall, this was a pretty quiet offseason for the Colts for a change. It was about building onto and shaping the current roster rather than shaking things up or making sweeping changes.
  • Former starting receivers Ryan Grant and Dontrelle Inman both departed in free agency, and veterans Mike Mitchell and Al Woods also were not re-signed by the team. Offensive lineman Matt Slauson retired following a 10-year career.
  • The Colts did do two big things through acquisitions, and that was to add dynamic playmaking on offense in the form of wide receivers Parris Campbell and Devin Funchess, and they added a ton of speed on defense with Ben Banogu, Bobby Okereke and E.J. Speed.

Bills:

  • The offseason was much more about addition for Buffalo, although they did see some familiar faces depart in guard John Miller and tight end Charles Clay, who both joined other teams as free agents, and defensive tackle Kyle Williams, who retired after 13 seasons with the team.
  • In general, the team is obviously loading up around second-year quarterback Josh Allen as it added a ton of offensive linemen, running backs and receivers to protect and complement him.
  • Hitting Someone Else — Training camp is more than halfway through, and after being in pads for several of those days in 85-plus-degree weather, tempers start to get shorter. With an obvious discouragement from tussling with your own teammates, players on both teams are almost certainly ready to hit guys in another uniform. “Yeah, totally. Yeah, you could feel it out there today too,” Colts head coach Frank Reich told reporters recently about players being ready to go against a different team. “So yeah, it is that time. We will go to Buffalo and have a chance to be tested in that way.”
  • Who Won’t Be Playing For The Colts — It’s already been the plan for several key players for the Colts not to be playing in this first matchup. Outside of quarterback Andrew Luck, we don’t know many of the others who won’t play. However, this will be a great opportunity for the players behind those who won’t play to earn important in-game reps. Asked specifically about a few players, Reich said he expects quarterback Jacoby Brissett to play about a quarter, wide receiver Deon Cain — who will be making his official return after suffering a torn ACL in the preseason opener last year and missing the 2018 season — will play about a quarter or a quarter and a half (see more below), while running back Marlon Mack is not expected to play.
  • Versatility Of The Offense — Because of the coaching, the quarterback, the line and the weapons the Colts have, their offense should be dynamic and capable of doing just about anything an offense can do. We likely won’t see that in full swing during the preseason because of a lack of scheming and playing time for key players, but the diversity of talent on the offensive side of the ball should be plenty evident.

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