The Colts are better off than the Titans, as they were able to win the last six matchups both SU and ATS. And this season, at 10-5, Indianapolis were already able to clinch a spot for the playoffs. On Sunday, the Colts are set to visit the Titans, who are 2-13, in a game that pay per head bookies believe should pack plenty of action.
The betting line opened with the Colts being the favorites by 7.5 points, and 46 was the total.
Indianapolis were able to win four consecutive meetings, as they went 2-1-1 ATS, until the team ended up losing last week to the Cowboys 42-7. However, before this took place, Indianapolis beat Jacksonville, Washington, Cleveland, and Houston, impressing many fans along the way.
In the AFC, the Colts, being 10-5 overall, are in a struggle with the Bengals, who are 10-4-1, to get the third and fourth seeds, which could end up being the difference between taking on Pittsburgh at home or some other team on the weekend of the Wild Cards. In total offense, the Colts have a third placed ranking in the NFL, in their total defense and offense they’re 19th, and this season they’re 4-3 both SU and ATS on road games.
Tennessee ended up losing nine consecutive meetings, but out of those losses that they suffered, four of them happened with a score or less, which include last week’s decision of 21-13 when they faced the Jaguars. The Titans were leading that meeting into the game’s third quarter, and they ultimately outgained Jacksonville 357-288.
During the fourth quarter of the game, a scoring run of 62 yards was given up by the Titans, falling by 11, but were able to kick a field goal, and then when they entered Jaguars territory they ultimately gave in. Tennessee got 287 passing yards from QB Charlie Whitehurst, with no turnovers, and now this season the player has six TD’s to two picks.
Indianapolis will try to win the third seed in the AFC in this matchup, and NFL fans all over the country would like to see if they’ll make it. Many experts are sure that they’ll be very motivated to win this meeting, and believe that not only will they win, but they’ll also cover, and pay per head agents can’t wait to see how both teams perform when this game gets underway.