Colts vs. Titans prediction and odds for Week 4
The Indianapolis Colts will play the Tennessee Titans in Week 4 of the season. Here are the odds and a prediction for the game.
In Week 3, the Indianapolis Colts were finally able to pull out their first win of the season. They were able to do it against a tough Kansas City Chiefs team. However, Indy didn’t have much time to celebrate because the team has another tough matchup Sunday against the Tennessee Titans.
Following the Week 3 win, Indianapolis quickly shifted its focus to the rival Titans. The last two seasons, the AFC South has come down to Tennessee and the Colts, and the Titans were crowned champion both years. Whenever these two teams are on the field, it’s always a tough battle. Unfortunately for Indy, Tennessee was able to edge out both games last year. Indy is hoping that’s not the case this year.
Colts vs. Titans odds Week 4
FanDuel has Indianapolis as -174 favorites. That means a $174 bet on Indy to win would win $100. Tennessee, on the other hand, is +148 underdogs (bet $100 to win $148). However, the oddsmakers know the history of this rival and they expect a close game.
FanDuel currently has the spread set at 3 points. The odds of the Colts winning by more than three is -118 (bet $118 to win $100). The odds of the Titans losing by less than three is -104 (bet $104 to win $100).
The over/under for this game is set at 43 points with the odds for both the over and under at -110. That means a $110 bet on the over will win $100 if the combined points equal more than 43 and a $110 bet on the under will win $100 if the combined points equal less than 43.
Colts vs. Titans prediction Week 4
While Indy and Tennessee were expected to once again be the top two teams in the AFC South, they’ve both started the year off struggling. Both teams picked up their first wins of the season in Week 3 and they’re looking to build off of those wins against one another.
While neither team has been impressive as a whole, it makes sense to lean towards the Colts because Indy’s defense has been the best thing between both teams. While both offenses have been struggling, Tennessee’s defense has also been bad, giving up nearly 30 points a game. Indy has held opponents to an average of just 20 points.
Expect Indy’s run game and offense to really get rolling this week while the defense continues to play well. If both of those things happen, the Colts will win their second game of the year and the first game against the Titans.
Colts 24, Titans 14