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Can Colts Cover -3.5 Line At Home Against Ravens?

The Indianapolis Colts and Baltimore Ravens have held a good rivalry in recent times with three recent playoff matches since 2007. The 3-1 Ravens and 2-2 Colts will be playing this Sunday at Indianapolis' Lucas Oil Stadium. The game has a very close total that will be very appealing to explore with regards to the betting lines.

While the Colts had an eight-game winning streak against the Ravens, the Ravens have gotten the last two wins in the rivalry. Their last game was a 23-6 Ravens win in the 2013 playoffs. The Colts did beat the Ravens twice in the playoffs during their old winning streak.

The under has been taken in the last five games between the two. The game has gone over only once in the last ten times.

The Colts have won their last two games. They won against the spread in both of them as well. Their last game was a 41-17 win over Tennessee with a -7.5 line. The Colts have also taken the over in each of their games this year. Running back Ahmad Bradshaw has an ankle injury but he is probable for the game.

The Ravens have won their last three games and have two ATS wins and one push during those games. Their last one was a 38-10 win over Carolina with a -3.5 spread. The Ravens have struggled in ATS situations in the month of October. They have gone 1-7 ATS in their last eight October games.

Tackle Eugene Monroe is out with a knee injury while linebacker Terrell Suggs has a thigh injury and is questionable to play. He left midway through last week's game with that thigh injury.

The Indianapolis Colts are -3.5 favorites to win and have a -110 payout for the game. The over/under is listed at 48.5. The Colts have a -190 moneyline bet for a straight up win while the Baltimore Ravens are back at +150. It is one of the narrowest games for the week in terms of the overall odds for winning the game.