New England Patriots vs. Indianapolis Colts Odds Preview
Sunday Night Football for the NFL Week 6 is one of the most interested games this betting week.
The undefeated New England Patriots meet the Indianapolis Colts at 8:30 pm on Sunday, October 18th – Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana.
This betting game is the perfect revenge for the Patriots after all the Deflagate scandal.
If you don’t remember the details on this, what happened was that the Indianapolis Colts start an accusation against the Patriots saying that they provided the balls for the AFC Championship game in January 18, 2015 and were under-inflated by about 2 pounds per square inch each.
This is in the past now but the New England Patriots are ready to take down the Indianapolis Colts this coming Sunday Night Football.
Online Sportsbooks currently have the Patriots as -8-point favorites against the Colts; the total for the game is 55.
We at BestOnlineSportsbooks.info would like to see the Patriots keep that perfect mark longer.
They already beat the Steelers, Bills, Jaguars and the Cowboys in the past 4 weeks.
Tom Brady is already a legend in the team, he is one of the quarterbacks with at least 11 TD passes and no interceptions through four games. With an amazing passing stats he is rating 121.5 and a total of 1387 Yards.
For all the Colts fans we don’t have too much to tell, unfortunately the team is not in a great shape so far.
Indianapolis have allowed 26 plays of 20+ yards and is the worst in the whole NFL league, the defense ranks 28th which put them in a awful position next to some other teams like the Giants, Steelers, 49ers and the Saints.
The good news is that they won 27-20 against the Houston Texans last week; they feel that they can do better this time against the Patriots.
Indianapolis Colts will play against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, October 25, 1:00 PM at Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana.
New England Patriots is playing against the New York jets at the same time as the Colts 1:00 PM at Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts.