The Packers will play their third preseason game at Lucas Oil Stadium against the Indianapolis Colts Friday night. The Packers starters will see their lengthiest stint of the preseason as the third preseason game is treated as a dress rehearsal.
It is not known how much the starters will play against the Chiefs, but last season Aaron Rodgers was not even on the trip. This will be the last time the starters see significant action before taking the field against the New Orleans Saints on opening night.
The starters will probably play through the first half and the second stringers will begin the second half. Matt Flynn will probably play the third quarter with Graham Harrell getting the go-ahead in the fourth quarter.
The Colts will be without Peyton Manning and have been plagued with horrible quarterback play. The Packers may not be heavily tested by the Colts—as they been horrendous in preseason in recent years—but maintaining focus is key.
Here are five important situations to pay attention to as you watch the game.