Football betting fans may have been put to sleep by the Indianapolis Colts at the early portion of the NFL football betting season but the Colts have found their fire and desire, so it seems, as they have now won their last 3 football betting games in a row straight up to get back into AFC wild card contention.
That being said, Indianapolis is just 4-6 against the NFL betting lines and has failed to cover the football betting spread in 4 of their last 5 games. Indianapolis has gone over the NFL betting line 6 out of 10 games this season including 4 of their last 5 games.
The Colts are ranked 15th overall on the football betting offensive charts while ranking 17th overall on the defensive side of the ball. Last week Indianapolis beat Houston 33-27 and typically did not cover the football betting line as over-valued 8-point home chalks.
Many football betting fans are still “behind the times” when it comes to the Colts, who are just two years removed from a Super Bowl title. Beyond that, as a perennial powerhouse, the Colts have a strong reputation with the football betting public that is yet to catch up with any value against the football betting odds.
San Diego coach Norv Turner is doing what he does best which is run a team into the ground. San Diego enters this one with a record of 4-6 straight up and 4-5-1 against the NFL betting lines. Just 2 seasons ago under Marty Schottenheimer the Chargers had football’s best record but with the same players under Turner they are now losers.
Last week, in a game with an infamous ending, San Diego lost at Pittsburgh 10-11 covering the football betting odds as 4.5-point dogs. It was the Chargers first win against the football betting line after 3 straight failures.
San Diego has gone over the football betting total 5 out of 10 games, and has gone under the football betting total in 4 of their last 5.
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