Colts fans gearing up for Monday Night Football matchup against Chargers
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Fans of the Indianapolis Colts have only a few hours to wait until their team takes on the Los Angeles Chargers for Monday Night Football on WISH-TV.
Being in the “fighting spirit” is one way to describe Colts fans who are ready to see the team’s matchup against the Chargers.
One of those fans is Rick Stevens, better known by his social media handle, “Colts Caveman.”
Stevens is known for dressing up in Colts gear at games, and at home, he has a room decked out in wall-to-wall Colts swag to show his support.
Stevens tells News 8 that despite a rough season, he’s committed for the long haul. He says that dedicated fans like himself are proud to cheer on the Colts and that Monday Night Football games are some of the best games all year.
“As a Colts fan, I love the primetime games. I love that we’re the only show in town. I love that we get highlighted and the spotlight is on the Colts and the Colts organization. I’m still a Colts fan. I still want them to win. I still want them to be that team,” Stevens said.
Stevens also says Monday Night Football is a chance for fans to support initiatives like the Irsay family’s “Kicking the Stigma” initiative, which helps bring support and awareness to mental health issues.
Join WISH-TV for Monday Night Football
WISH-TV is proud to be your home for live and exclusive coverage of the Monday Night Football matchup between the Colts and the Chargers. Pregame coverage begins at 4 p.m. and kickoff is set for 8:15 p.m. Stay tuned to WISH-TV after the action for postgame coverage with News 8 sports director Anthony Calhoun and his team.
Colts fans will have several chances to join WISH-TV for some Monday Night Football fun:
- Stop by Gate 10 Events & Parking (315 W. McCarty Street) for pregame tailgating with WISH-TV
- See News 8’s Drew Blair and Phil Sanchez live at Lucas Oil Stadium’s South Gate entrance
- Enjoy food, drinks, and games at WISH-TV’s All Access event at Ale Emporium in Castleton (8617 Allisonville Rd.)
Be part of the excitement and show your support
Colts fans are encouraged to be part of a “Blue Out” by wearing blue. Fans will receive a free blue Colts flag and the players will wear their all-blue “Color Rush” uniforms.
The “Colts Light Show,” presented by Coca-Cola, will happen during pregame player introductions and for a halftime performance featuring the Colts Cheerleaders and Colts Drumline.
Fans inside Lucas Oil Stadium can join the show by downloading the latest version of the Colts app and using it to sync their smartphone’s flashlight to the music.