Who is favored to win the Houston Indianapolis game?
Indianapolis is a 10-point favorite in the latest Colts vs. Texans odds according to Caesars Sportsbook. The over-under for total points scored is 45.5.
What’s the spread on the Colts Texans game?
Odds, Over/Under, MoneylineTeamSpreadMoneylineColts-10-550Texans+400Dec 5, 2021
Are the Colts favored to win this week?
Indianapolis is favored by seven points in the latest Colts vs. Raiders odds from Caesars Sportsbook, and the over-under is set at 44.5.
What are the odds of Houston winning the Super Bowl?
. Houston has a +12500 chance, meaning a 0.8% chance of winning Super Bowl LVII. Hey, if you have a hundred bucks to burn, that’s one way to lose your money with a infinitesimal chance at $12,500.00….Super Bowl LVII Odds.TeamOddsImplied chanceTeamOddsImplied chanceHouston Texans125000.80%31 more rows•Feb 14, 2022
What are the odds on the Colts game today?
INJURIESGameSPREADMONEYLINEIND Colts-7.5 -115-380HOU Texans+7.5 -105+290
Who won Colts or Texans?
4 p.m. — Colts beat Texans 31-0.
Do the Colts still have a chance at the playoffs?
The Colts have been eliminated from playoff contention. The Texans have been eliminated from playoff contention.
How good is the Colts offensive line?
Prior to last season, we listed the Colts as having the NFL’s best offensive line. The group finished the 2020 season ranked seventh. Injuries struck hampered left tackle Anthony Castonzo, who was limited to 749 and retired this offseason, leaving the Colts with a massive hole to fill his spot.
What are the odds of the Colts winning the Super Bowl?
20/1The Colts currently sit with 20/1 (+2000) odds to win the Super Bowl for the 2022-2023 season.
How many games will the Texans win in 2022?
4.3 gamesAccording to Cynthia Frelund from NFL.com, the Texans are projected to win 4.3 games, which is 0.2 points below what some people are expecting in 2022. What led to the Texans’ four-win seasons the past two years were manifold.
What is the spread on the Houston game?
Texans vs. Seahawks spread: Seahawks -8.5.
How many Super Bowls have Texans won?
The Houston Texans, however, have not only never won a Super Bowl, but are one of four teams that have never appeared in one which includes franchise relocation and renaming (Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars, Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions).
Indianapolis Colts vs. Houston Texans INJURY REPORT
QUESTIONABLE: S Terrence Brooks, DE DeMarcus Walker, DE Jordan Jenkins, C Justin Britt, RB Scottie Phillips
Indianapolis Colts vs. Houston Texans Prediction
Last week, Indianapolis’ loss was their third of the season in which they squandered a double-digit lead, with the other two coming against division leaders in Baltimore and Tennessee. Much of the blame for the Colts’ latest loss fell on head coach Frank Reich, who seemingly abandoned the run in the middle part of the game.
Indianapolis Colts vs. Houston Texans Pick
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Houston Texans vs Indianapolis Colts: Storylines
The Texans season has nothing positive to comment on, they are mired in losses and the team is unlikely to play in the playoffs. The Texans’ only two victories in the 2021 NFL season were against the Jacksonville Jaguars 37-21 in Week 1 and nine weeks later against the Tennessee Titans on the road 22-13.
How To Watch Or Stream Live Free Houston Texans vs Indianapolis Colts in the U.S
The NFL is available on Television, Radio and Live Streaming on the Internet, this Week 13 matchup and other games will be broadcast in the United States by: FuboTV and Paramount+ and other options available are CBS, CBSSports.com, CBS App, NFL Game Pass. Don’t forget to download the app to watch the game on your smartphone.
Houston Texans vs Indianapolis Colts: Predictions And Odds
Houston Texans are underdogs at home for obvious reasons with +10 ATS and +350 moneyline at FanDuel, they have little to no chance of winning against the visitors. Indianapolis Colts are favorites with -10 points to cover and -450 moneyline. The totals is fixed at 44.5 points. The best pick for this NFL game is: Indianapolis Colts -10.
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Indianapolis Colts vs Houston Texans Broadcast
Date: Sunday, December 20
Game Time: 1:00 ET
Venue: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN
Fantasy Football Player To Watch
RB Jonathan Taylor, Indianapolis
Who’s that running back who’s coming through late and carrying teams through the final weeks? After waiting all year for Taylor to come through, he’s doing it over the last three games.
Three Things to Watch
Unlike Andrew Luck, Jacoby Brissett is not known for putting up monster stat lines most weeks. But when the matchup is right, the typically efficient game manager can find himself on the passing leaderboard.
There are plenty of reasons to like the Colts in this matchup, which probably explains why they are favored. To name a few — they are fresh off a bye, have home-field advantage, are well-coached and most importantly are a very resilient football team.
Pro Football Network: Colts 27, Texans 17
Jarrett Bailey writes: “The Colts are fresh off a great win in Las Vegas where their defense made several key plays, and the offense looked great, as well. A win would keep them neck and neck with the Titans in the AFC South. The Texans have zero help for Deshaun Watson.
Sportsnaut: Colts 28, Texans 24
Vincent Frank writes: “We have to give interim Texans head coach Romeo Crennel a lot of credit. He has the team at 4-5 since it fired Bill O’Brien. Heck, Houston took these very same Colts to the brink back in Week 13. Unfortunately, this all came crashing to a halt Week 14 against a previously struggling Chicago Bears team.
Sports Interaction: Go with the Colts to cover
Payton Matthews writes: “The Colts won in Houston 26-20 two weeks ago when Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson couldn’t handle a low snap from the Indianapolis 2-yard line with just over a minute to play. The Colts recovered and closed it out. Houston looked terrible in Sunday’s loss at Chicago, while Indianapolis dominated in a win at Las Vegas.”
Pro Football Network: Colts 28, Texans 21
Oliver Hodginkson writes: “One of these teams is a powerhouse in the AFC South. The other is the Houston Texans. After a shellacking by the Chicago Bears, there seems little hope of Houston overcoming the Indianapolis Colts in Week 15.
Sporting News: Colts 30, Texans 20
Bill Bender writes: “Rookie running back Jonathan Taylor has found his groove in the Colts’ offense the last three weeks, and Philip Rivers should continue to benefit from that. The Texans keep it close a half with Deshaun Watson, but the defense is exposed again.”
Sporting News: Colts 27, Texans 17
Vinnie Iyer writes: “Speaking of horrible run defenses, the Texans have one, too. The Colts are back to being a dominant running team with Jonathan Taylor and a little bit of Nyheim Hines. Philip Rivers is in a groove having locked into T.Y. Hilton as his big-play go-to guy.
WSN: Take the Colts to cover
Mike Lukas writes: “Something is not right with these Houston Texans – they let the Bears smack them around in Week 14, final score 36-7 – and regardless of how decent interim head coach Romeo Crennel is doing (4-5 since taking over for fired Bill O’Brien), these Texans look lost with no chance of being found this year.