What the Bookies are Saying: Titans vs. Colts: Indianapolis 9-1 in Series

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Nov/26/2017

Resident bookmaking expert Tony Caliente discusses Sunday’s NFL game between the Titans and Colts.

On paper, this looks like a sure win for Tennessee as the Titans were last demolished by Pittsburgh following a four game win streak.

The problem of course is that Indianapolis had dominated this series, winning nine straight previous to the last meeting when Tennessee finally won 36-22 at home. 

The line is Titans -3 to -3.5 on the road.

The Titans are pretty much the 4th most wagered on side for today’s NFL slate of games and books we monitor have moved the line from -3 to -3.5, but only after opening at -4.5.  It appears obvious the books got hit with early sharp action on Indianapolis. 

Our trusty little NFL Power Ratings provide us with a line rounded up to Tennessee -3, so there is a little bit of shading here. 

One would anticipate a Colts cover or a push on this number.

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