Colts vs. Patriots Odds, Point Spread Picks & Score Prediction AFC Championship

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Last season, the Indianapolis Colts went on the road to Foxboro and were killed by the New England Patriots. Andrew Luck proved last week that he was far superior to the man he replaced in Indy, Peyton Manning, and now, he is going to try to take care of the other contemporary to his predecessor, Tom Brady. The Pats though, are 6.5 favorites in this one, while the ‘total’ for the AFC Championship Game is lined at a very high 53.5.


COLTS – PATRIOTS POINT SPREAD AFC CHAMPIONSHIP 2015:

OPEN: PATRIOTS -7.5 | CURRENT: PATRIOTS -6.5 | O/U: 53.5

1. Why the COLTS will cover the spread: There is a moment in every young quarterback’s career when they proclaim that they have arrived. That time very well could be now for Andrew Luck, just as it happened five years ago for Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. Luck wasn’t perfect by any stretch of the imagination against the Denver Broncos last week, but he was clinical when he needed to be.

The Indy defense is what really caught our eye. Sure, this unit gave up 42 to the Patriots three months ago, but over the course of the last three games, it allowed only 13 to Denver, 10 to the Cincinnati Bengals and 10 to the Tennessee Titans.


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2. Why the PATRIOTS will cover the spread: New England, for our money, has the best team in the NFL. Sure, they didn’t cover last week, but they proved why they can beat anyone in the game. Even when the Patriots were down by 14 on two different occasions against the Baltimore Ravens, they never relented. Tom Brady was able to lead the troops back, and he made awesome throw after awesome throw to put the team in a position to win.

The ground game bothers us, but what we saw out of Brady was the ability to win a game at all costs. He threw for three touchdowns, and the 51-yard Julian Edelman trick play was just another moment of brilliance out of Bill Belichick and his offense.



NFL: WHO IS THE PUBLIC BETTING ON?
TIMEMATCHUPBETTING%ACTION
8:30pmColts vs Panthers (Week #8)(ESPN)
Expert Picks
Panthers 55.64%
Colts 44.36%
5004 Bets
11/05 8:25pmBrowns vs Bengals (NFL TV)
Expert Picks
Bengals 93.75%
Browns 6.25%
192 Bets
11/08 1:00pmRaiders vs Steelers
Expert Picks
Raiders 75.00%
Steelers 25.00%
48 Bets
11/08 1:00pmRams vs Vikings
Expert Picks
Vikings 0.00%
Rams 100.00%
108 Bets
11/08 1:00pmDolphins vs Bills
Expert Picks
Bills 33.33%
Dolphins 66.67%
36 Bets
11/08 1:00pmRedskins vs Patriots
Expert Picks
Redskins 18.18%
Patriots 81.82%
132 Bets
11/08 4:05pmFalcons vs 49ers
Expert Picks
Falcons 71.43%
49ers 28.57%
84 Bets
11/08 4:05pmGiants vs Bucs
Expert Picks
Giants 0.00%
Bucs 100.00%
12 Bets
11/08 8:30pmEagles vs Cowboys
Expert Picks
Cowboys 83.33%
Eagles 16.67%
144 Bets
11/09 8:30pmBears vs Chargers
Expert Picks
Bears 0.00%
Chargers 100.00%
36 Bets


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3. Total Talk COLTS/PATRIOTS: There’s an interesting dichotomy here between the ‘over’ and the ‘under’. The last six games in this series have all eclipsed the ‘total’, and the average game reached 65.5 points per game in that run. However, New England has gone 5-2 for ‘under’ bettors in its last seven games overall, while the Colts are a perfect 6-0 for ‘under’ backers in their last six.


4. Betting Trends for COLTS/PATRIOTS: Indy has put together three straight covers since getting its doors blown off in a rather meaningless game in Dallas back in Week 16. In fact, if you take that game against the Cowboys out, the Colts are 5-1-1 ATS in their other seven games since getting killed by the Pats. New England has failed to cover its last three, including not quite getting past the number against the Ravens last week in the divisional round of the playoffs.

However, the Patriots have won five straight games in this series, including covering each of the last three, winning all three by at least 21 points.

COLTS – PATRIOTS AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME PREDICTION 2015:

Patriots 37 – Colts 21



Time#TeamsSpreadMLTotalPicks
Thursday, September 8th 2016
08:30451
452
Carolina Panthers
Denver Broncos
-2.5
2.5
0
0

43.0
Buy Pick
Sunday, September 11th 2016
01:00469
470
Green Bay Packers
Jacksonville Jaguars
-4.0
4.0
0
0

47.0
Buy Pick
01:00467
468
Chicago Bears
Houston Texans
6.0
-6.0
0
0

44.0
Buy Pick
01:00465
466
Buffalo Bills
Baltimore Ravens
2.5
-2.5
0
0

43.0
Buy Pick
01:00463
464
San Diego Chargers
Kansas City Chiefs
7.0
-7.0
0
0

43.0
Buy Pick
01:00461
462
Oakland Raiders
New Orleans Saints
1.5
-1.5
0
0

50.5
Buy Pick
01:00459
460
Cincinnati Bengals
New York Jets
-1.0
1.0
0
0

42.5
Buy Pick
01:00457
458
Cleveland Browns
Philadelphia Eagles
7.0
-7.0
0
0

45.0
Buy Pick
01:00455
456
Minnesota Vikings
Tennessee Titans
-3.0
3.0
0
0

42.5
Buy Pick
01:00453
454
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Atlanta Falcons
3.0
-3.0
0
0

47.5
Buy Pick
04:05471
472
Miami Dolphins
Seattle Seahawks
8.0
-8.0
0
0

44.0
Buy Pick
04:25475
476
Detroit Lions
Indianapolis Colts
5.0
-5.0
0
0

49.0
Buy Pick
04:25473
474
New York Giants
Dallas Cowboys
3.5
-3.5
0
0

49.0
Buy Pick
08:30477
478
New England Patriots
Arizona Cardinals
5.5
-5.5
0
0

0
Buy Pick
Monday, September 12th 2016
07:10479
480
Pittsburgh Steelers
Washington Redskins
-3.0
3.0
0
0

50.5
Buy Pick
10:20481
482
Los Angeles Rams
San Francisco 49ers
-2.0
2.0
0
0

46.0
Buy Pick




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  • Trev Rogers

    This prop bet looks tempting…..

    Total TD Passes – Andrew Luck (IND)

    Over 1½ (-125)

    Under 1½ (-105)

  • Alan

    Colts win

    • jayvega

      Line moved from +7.5 to +6 in the past 2 days

  • Alan

    And the under

    • jayvega

      weather is not looking great Sunday night….

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