Since Nov 2016, Indianapolis Colts have lost all four games they have played against  Pittsburgh Steelers,

but they will have a chance to narrow the gap a little bit on Monday.

Indianapolis will host Pittsburgh at 8:15 p.m. ET on November 28 at Lucas Oil Stadium

since it has the luxury of remaining at home for one more week.

Both clubs lost their most recent game, thus they will be highly motivated to earn the victory.

The Colts were close to winning this past Sunday, but they were unable to do so as they fell to the Eagles, 17-16.

Jonathan Taylor scored the lone offensive touchdown for Indianapolis.

Given that the Colts are only a 2.5-point favorite in the upcoming game, it is anticipated to

be a close one. But beware, when they are favored, they are only 1-4 against the spread.

With only 16 offensive touchdowns this season, Colts has the fourth-fewest offensive touchdown total in the NFL.

With only seven passing touchdowns this season, Pittsburgh enters the game with the second-fewest in the league.