Indianapolis Colts Super Bowl Betting Odds
The Indianapolis Colts Super Bowl betting odds are long. Andrew Luck’s sudden retirement has made long odds even longer. Luck’s retirement shouldn’t stop Colts fans from placing bets on their favorite team as the Colts will still be a competitive team in the AFC this season. With Andrew Luck out of the picture Jacoby Brissett will take over under center for the Colts and he’ll inherit a team that finished 10-6 and advanced to the Divisional Round in the playoffs last season. With an elite offensive line that allowed a league-low 16 sacks and a young but rising defense, the Indianapolis Colts are a better team than most think. The defense is led by Defensive Rookie of the Year Darius Leonard who led the NFL in tackles last year with 163. Leonard will be a cornerstone in the Colts defense for years to come. Continue to check here throughout the season for the latest Indianapolis Colts Super Bowl betting odds.
The Indianapolis Colts Super Bowl 54 betting odds started out long to say the least. The Colts are one of the teams that will likely head into this season under the radar because of Andrew Luck’s retirement. With many bettors shying away from Indianapolis this could be a good opportunity to capitalize on the Colts betting lines. Marlon Mack will likely be a major contributor in the Colts offense this season, as the Colts want to keep pressure off Jacoby Brissett. Mack led the Colts in rushing yards last year with 908 and he should be their rushing leader again this season. If the Colts want to make it to Super Bowl 54, they’ll have to embrace their underdog role this season. Continue to look for updated Indianapolis Colts Super Bowl 54 betting odds.
The Indianapolis Colts AFC championship odds are worth betting on. A somewhat high risk, higher reward wager. The Colts will be in the middle of the playoff hunt this season as they’ll be close to securing a playoff spot in consecutive years. The Colts winning the AFC championship will not be an easy task as the Patriots and Chiefs have dominated the conference the past two seasons. The Colts still have wide receiver T.Y. Hilton who led the team in receiving totaling 76 receptions and 1,270 receiving yards. Jacoby Brissett will be looking for Hilton more than any other Colts receiver during the season. The Colts should remain in the thick of the playoff hunt for the 2019 season and if they make the playoffs, they’ll be a team that could upset a favorite in the playoffs.