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Colts' Championship, Division and Playoff Chances Plummet

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Aug/25/2019
Andrew Luck's decision to retire has had a major impact on the Vegas side of sports.

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The Colts' Super Bowl, AFC, division and playoff odds took a major hit as SportsBetting.ag adjusted and reposted its numbers Sunday morning
 
Additionally, the Colts were 3-point underdogs at the Chargers in Week 1 and now they are 7.5-point dogs. Their regular season victory total also dipped by three.
 
Indianapolis was one of the favorites going into the season, having the fifth-best odds to hoist the Lombardi Trophy. But the change at quarterback from Luck to Jacoby Brissett moved the odds significantly. 
 
Super Bowl - Colts go from 16-1 to 50-1

Conference - Colts go from 8-1 to 25-1

AFC South - Colts go from 1-1 to 9-2

Make playoffs - Colts go from 1-2 to 4-1

Season win total - Colts go from 9.5 to 6.5

Jacoby Brissett - Over/under for total starts set at 10.5

AFC South odds
Houston Texans  -125
Jacksonville Jaguars  +150
Tennessee Titans  +210
Indianapolis Colts  +400
(Prior to Texans were +250, Titans +450 and Jags +500)

While still a darkhorse to return to football, the oddsmakers are giving Luck a better chance of coming back next year instead of this year. 

Will Andrew Luck play during 2019 regular season?
Yes  7-1
No  1-15

Will Andrew Luck play during 2020 regular season?
Yes  5-1
No  1-10

And the odds strongly suggest Peyton Manning is a longshot to come out of retirement and lead the Colts this season.

Will Peyton Manning play for Indianapolis in 2019?
Yes  5000-1
 
"The after effects of this shockwave are massive in our industry," said Adam Burns, head linesman at SportsBetting.ag. "The guy is incredibly smart, and maybe this is the right decision for him, but this is a sad weekend for NFL fans and bettors alike. We lost one of the best."

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