With several new additions to the Indianapolis Colts, and the NFL schedule finalized, what are the odds that Indy wins the Super Bowl?
Everything the Indianapolis Colts have done this offseason was done to put themselves in a better position to win next season’s Super Bowl.
Indy missed the playoffs by one game last year and the team is motivated to make sure that doesn’t happen again. The disappointing finish in Jacksonville sparked several changes.
The Colts swapped out Carson Wentz for Matt Ryan, traded for Yannick Ngakoue and added Stephon Gilmore. Indy also brought in an athletic draft class and added many more depth pieces.
With all the new additions, how much closer did Indianapolis move to a Super Bowl? That will be officially determined during the season but what about in the sportsbook?
What are the Colts’ Super Bowl odds?
According to WynnBet, Indianapolis’ current odds to win the Super Bowl are +2250. That’s the 13th-best in the NFL and the eighth-best in the AFC.
The Colts are above the divisional rival Tennessee Titans, giving them the best odds in the AFC South but they aren’t near being league favorites.
The top spot belongs to the Buffalo Bills at +600 and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are second at +700. After that, no other team has better than +1000 odds.
For the Colts, all they can do is focus on winning and that will improve their odds throughout the season. Fortunately, the way Indy’s schedule is set up, they should start the season with momentum.
Additionally, with all of the talent on the Indianapolis defense, the return of the rushing king Jonathan Taylor, and the addition of a veteran like Matt Ryan and a rookie like Alec Pierce, Indy is equipped to make some noise this season.
Indy made some noise during the middle of last season but they couldn’t sustain it. For the Colts to reach their goal of a Super Bowl victory, they have to be prepared to be dominant throughout the entire season.