Andrew Luck and Aaron Rodgers will face off Sunday, at Lambeau Field. The Indianapolis Colts have fallen short of expectations this year, and are two games behind the Houston Texans. The Green Bay Packers have entered the world of injured reserve losing player after player on both sides of the ball. The Colts have struggled on the road, winning only one time, while the Packers seem more comfortable on offense at home. The Colts are one of four teams that give up over 400 yards on defense, and have allowed 28.8 points per game. On most Sunday's, Aaron Rodgers would be salivating. However, the Packer offense is without their top two running backs. They are also hobbled at receiver with Jared Cook, Randall Cobb, and Ty Montgomery all battling injuries. The Packers defense continues to be hobbled in the secondary, which will need all the help they can get against one of hte better quarterbacks in the league. Luck has spent much of the season picking himself up off the turf. The Colts have allowed a league high 31 sacks. Green Bay must find a way to pressure Luck to help out the depleted secondary. This could turn out to be another offensive showcase as both defensive units have struggled. Listen in and call the show with your thoughts.