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, it’s the Wild Card or nothing for these two in Nashville this evening. It was announced that Marcus Mariota was expected to be sidelined for this all important game between divisional foes, and that within itself is going to be a problem for the Titans. The Colts’ cannot go into this one taking their opponents lightly, though. For the Colts, Daurice Fountain and Ryan Kelly were the only two who had been ruled out before today. However, the Colts did have 7 players listed as questionable heading into today’s game, including Clayton Geathers and T.Y. Hilton who did not practice at all this week. Geathers will not dress, and Jalen Collins — who the Colts just brought up from the practice squad — will not either.The Titans’, on the other hand Skai Moore Color Rush Jersey
, only had Brian Orakpo listed as questionable before today’s game. The Colts’ injury concerns have continued to plague them throughout weeks heading into games, but they have largely been healthy come game day. Here are the Colts Week 17 inactives:Here are the Titans Week 17 inactives: Colts owner Jim Irsay recently spent more than $5 million at a guitar auction, including a record $3.975 million for the black 1969 Stratocaster made famous by Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour.Irsay had a simple explanation for the major splurge.“I just f–king love Pink Floyd, man, I cannot deny it,” Irsay told . “I think [Roger] Waters’ lyrics and Gilmour’s playing and their whole story and prominence is just so profound that I cannot say enough about my excitement for this. . . David Gilmour stands by himself.”Irsay bid on the items through a proxy, and the fact that Irsay bought the case for the guitar before the guitar was auctioned fueled Irsay’s desire to finish the job.“If I don’t get the guitar, I’ll look like a jackass https://www.coltsfanshop.com/Jack-Mewhort-Jersey
,” Irsay said. “But I love Strats, and this is Strat. This is the one that was the signature guitar for those incredible Floyd leads.”So how did Irsay decide that $3.975 million was the right price for the guitar?“Bidding is an intuitive thing,” Irsay said. “There are so many things that go into that zen mode, and, as they say in , you have to become the ball.”It’s helps to be a really, really rich ball.