The Indianapolis Colts will host the Philadelphia Eagles at Lucas Oil Stadium in Week 11. Here are the odds and a prediction for the matchup.
In Week 11, the Indianapolis Colts and Philadelphia Eagles will be playing a game against each other with Indy coming off a win and Philly coming off a loss, something no one expected a week ago. Prior to Week 10, the Colts were on a three-game losing streak and the Eagles had yet to lose this season. Now, the game will be a battle between 4-5-1 Indianapolis and 8-1 Philadelphia.
In Week 10 against the Las Vegas Raiders, Indianapolis looked like a much better team. The offense was able to run, pass, and protect the quarterback, and as a result, Indy scored 25 points, its second-highest point total this season. However, Philadelphia is a much better team than the 2-7 Raiders, so what are Indy’s chances against the Eagles?
Colts vs. Eagles odds Week 11
According to FanDuel, Indy is currently +240 underdogs (bet $100 to win $240). Philly, on the other hand, is the favorite with -295 odds (bet $295 to win $100). Despite the Week 10 outcome for both teams, these odds shouldn’t come as a surprise. The Eagles have been rolling this season while the Colts have been stumbling.
The spread for this game is set at 6.5 points with -110 odds for both teams. The odds of Philadelphia winning by seven or more points are -110 (bet $110 to win $100) and the odds of Indy losing by six points or less are also -110.
The over/under for this game is currently set at 44.5 with -114 odds for the over and -106 odds for the under. That means a $114 bet on the over will win $100 if the combined points equal 45 or more and a $106 bet on the under will win $100 if the combined points equal 44 or less.
Colts vs. Eagles prediction Week 11
Indianapolis seemed refreshed in Week 10 against the Raiders. With Jeff Saturday passionately taking over and challenging the guys to elevate their levels, Indy played with a new energy. That should definitely carry over to Week 2 of the Saturday era against Philadelphia. While the game should be competitive, the Eagles are still likely to pull a win out.
Philadelphia isn’t Las Vegas, and coming off the first loss of the year, Philly will definitely be motivated to get back on track. Unless the Colts have really corrected all of their issues that fast, Jeff Saturday may be looking at the first loss of his coaching career.
Colts 17, Eagles 24
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