December 13, 2014 – Indianapolis – The Colts face the Houston Texans for the second time this season with a chance to clinch their ninth AFC division title since 2002. Only one team can cover the Colts during a demanding 16-game NFL regular season and that is the team of orthopedic specialists from Methodist Sports Medicine. Joining the defending division champs on the sidelines at Lucas Oil Stadium for medical coverage is lead team physician Art Rettig, M.D., knee specialist Tom Klootwyk, M.D., and concussion management specialists Terry Horner, M.D. and Henry Feuer, M.D.
In their first meeting in week six of the NFL season, the Colts jumped out to a big lead on the road and held off a ferocious Houston comeback bid to seize control of the division standings. When Reggie Wayne takes the field Sunday, it will mark another amazing milestone for the veteran wide receiver. Wayne’s next game for Indy is his 209th game as an Indianapolis Colts player breaking Peyton Manning’s franchise record. The Texans will be fighting to keep their slim postseason playoff hopes alive
Viewers watching on CBS will see a classic offense vs. defense showdown as Indy’s standout quarterback Andrew Luck will try to dodge Texans’ pass rushing specialist J.J. Watt. Kickoff is at 1:00pm EST, and the game can be heard locally on 97.1 Hank FM and over WFNI TheFan, 1070AM and 107.FM. Indy will be looking to capture their 12th straight divisional win when they face the Texans.