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Indianapolis Colts vs New England Patriots Saturday NFL Odds

Indianapolis Colts: Headed for AFC title game

Indianapolis is just one win away from the AFC title game, which sophomore quarterback Andrew Luck has his sights set on this weekend. After rallying his team from a 28-point deficit against Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs at home in the first round, the Colts will look to hand the Patriots their first home loss of the season. If Luck and the Colts want to make it to the AFC title game, he will need to play a much better first half of football this weekend than he did last weekend. Luck threw three interceptions in the game, but was able to rebound and lead his team to an improbable win.

New England Patriots: Never out of it with Brady at the helm

With Tom Brady under center, the Patriots can never be counted out until the clock hits zero. Saturday will be a major test of Brady’s game-management skills as he looks to lead the Patriots to yet another appearance in the AFC title game. He will need to put his receivers in excellent positions on Saturday if the Patriots want to stay unbeaten at home. Brady should lean heavily on his running backs on Saturday since Stevan Ridley and LeGarrette Blount have been able to carry the load very well this season. They combined for 1,545 yards and 14 scores this season.

We find the betting odds for Saturday’s NFL playoff game between the New England Patriots and the Indianapolis Colts at the online sportsbook of The Patriots are seven-point favorites since they are the higher seed and are undefeated at home this year. Despite all of these factors, we have decided to bet against New England and for Indianapolis this weekend. We will bet 10 percent of our bankroll on the Colts and the OVER 53 total points scored at -110.

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