Hot Betting Trends: Colts vs. Titans Week 2

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The Titans opened at -3 and have moved to -3.5 versus the Indianapolis Colts. 

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Betting Trends

  • Indianapolis has enjoyed success against the Titans recently, winning eight of the last ten (edge: Colts)
  • As an underdog, the Colts are 5-19 Straight Up over the last three seasons (edge: Titans)
  • In home games, the Titans are 12-4 Straight Up over the last three seasons (edge: Titans)
  • Favorite is 5-0 ATS in their last 5 meetings (edge: Titans)

Game Preview

ABOUT THE COLTS (0-1): Jacoby Brissett made his first start since 2017 in last Sunday's loss to the Chargers and performed admirably, completing 21-of-27 passes for 190 yards and two TDs with no interceptions. "He made good decisions, he was accurate and he made those decisions quick," offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni told the media. "He had to because they had good edge rushers on the edge coming after him. So I can't say enough of how poised he was in those situations. He played like a veteran. He played like he had played for 10 years." T.Y. Hilton, who had 155 receiving yards and two TDs in the one of the meetings with the Titans in 2018, hauled in eight catches for 87 yards and two scores in Week 1.

ABOUT THE TITANS (1-0): Defensive end Cameron Wake had 2.5 sacks -- one for a safety -- at Cleveland and the 37-year-old was awarded AFC Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts, which included his 100th career sack. Rookie wideout A.J. Brown stood out on the offensive end with three catches for 100 yards, while running back Derrick Henry had a 75-yard TD catch and 84 yards and a score on the ground. Mariota sat out one meeting with the Colts last year and threw for a season-low 85 yards in the other encounter, a 38-10 loss at Indianapolis.

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