Tennessee Titans vs Indianapolis Colts best bets for Week 4

Jonathan Taylor #28 of the Indianapolis Colts a - (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
Jonathan Taylor #28 of the Indianapolis Colts a - (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images) /

The AFC South crown is right there for the taking in 2022, with the unexpected Jacksonville Jaguars (?) garnering more buzz combined than the Colts and Titans, who’ve battled for South supremacy for what feels like forever. Perhaps Indy’s Week 2 loss wasn’t that embarrassing, actually?

The Titans are rolling into Indy at 1-2, narrowly escaping against the winless Raiders after getting walloped by the Buffalo Bills before their season hit a snag.

They don’t look much like the Titans you remember. Derrick Henry is missing that next level of dominance. The defense isn’t quite so stout anymore. Ryan Tannehill is reconsidering that whole “mentor Malik Willis” thing.

Coming off an upset victory over the Kansas City Chiefs, the Colts have a genuine chance to make a statement here. How can they take full advantage?

Best Indianapolis Colts bets for Week 4 vs. Titans

**All numbers are from FanDuel as of Saturday. Please check FanDuel as numbers can change until game time**

3. Any Time Touchdown Scorer: Michael Pittman Jr. (+145)

Simplistically, Pittman Jr. is the most electric option in this field with plus odds to score Sunday. If you’re really feeling bold, maybe Alec Pierce (+370) or the Indianapolis Colts defense (+750) are more your speed!

2. Alec Pierce Over 28.5 Receiving Yards (-102)

In Pierce’s second game of the season against the vaunted Kansas City Chiefs, the rookie caught three balls for 61 yards. He’s earned a larger role in this offense, and the Tennessee Titans’ typically stout defense has been a bit more porous this year, allowing Daniel Jones to march directly down the field repeatedly. Not sure Matty Ice is throwing for a significant number of yards in this one, but Pierce can eclipse this number with two catches. Worth a play after last week.

1. Tennessee Titans to Cover +3.5, Under 42.5 Total Points (+242)

This game is bound to be close, no matter who comes out on top, and it’s shaping up to be the exact opposite of a shootout. Keep the faith in your Colts to win, but bet the Titans to cover.