New York Jets vs Indianapolis Colts News & Picks
New York Jets vs Indianapolis Colts Odds
|New York Jets||+12 -110||44 -110 O||+470|
|Indianapolis Colts||-12 -110||44 -110 U||-620|
**Odds as of 09/25**
Straight Up (Sebastian Morera)
The Jets are winless and don’t look like a team that’s going to win many — any? — games. They lost 27-17 to Buffalo in their season opener before succumbing 31-13 to San Francisco. Now they’re hoping that they can break into the win column over the 1-1 Colts. However, I don’t see how Sam Darnold and the Jets’ offense could possibly keep up with veteran Philip Rivers.
Right now the Colts are seventh in passing yards per game,15th in rushing, and 17th in points scored per game. Their defense looked great against Minnesota and I’m expecting them to have another big day against Darnold. Stick with the Colts.
Against the Spread (Devlin Duckett)
How can I begin to put the depth of the NY Jets’ woes into words? The Jets were in a painful developmental stage before they were issued the second-hardest schedule in the NFL. Then the injury bug hit NY. The Jets have an aging Frank Gore starting at running back, and Braxton Berrios as their likely #1 receiver. It’s ugly.
The Indianapolis Colts (1-1) are coming off an impressive victory over the Vikings, and are on the march. The Colts’ talented trio of QB Philip Rivers, WR Mo Alie-Cox, and RB Jonathan Taylor are making waves. The Indianapolis defense played as if possessed, holding the Vikings to 175 total yards, en route to a 28-11 victory. The Jets don’t stand a chance against the Colts on Sunday. Indianapolis will win by at least two touchdowns.
It’s Raining Ducketts: Free Pick ATS, Indianapolis Colts -11 ½
Over/Under (Zack Robinson)
The New York Jets average 15 points per game (second-worst in the league). They already lost RB Le’Veon Bell for several weeks due to an injury and their receivers corp. is far from ideal (No. 1 receiver not established).
The Indianapolis Colts have struggled and now they have lost WR Parris Campbell. The connection between Philip Rivers and T.Y. Hilton is not working; they need to fix it right away. The Colts average 24 points per game.
RB Jonathan Taylor has been the best of the Colts in the first two weeks and he’s prompted to have a huge game against the Jets.
The total has gone over in seven of Indianapolis’ last nine games against the Jets. Go over in a blowout.