Indianapolis Colts Odds to Win 2019 Super Bowl Week 16

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Don Shapiro
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  • Colts will pay out $7500 for every $100 bet to win the 2019 Super Bowl

  • Colts are in if they win last two games of season

  • Indianapolis has enjoyed success over last two opponents to close out season

  • Indy also in if either Baltimore or Pittsburgh drop one of their two remaining games


Winners of seven of their eight games, the Indianapolis Colts will pay out $7500 for every $100 bet placed ahead of Week 16.

First, they have to win their last two remaining games, one against the Giants at home in Week 16 and the other against a Titans team the Colts have dominated over the years.

The last three games played between the Giants and Colts have resulted in an Indianapolis victory.

Then there is this:

Did You Know: Since 2003, the Colts have beaten Tennessee in 25 of 31 games!

While the Colts can certainly use some help from the banged up Texans, Houston winning one of their remaining games doesn't knock the Colts out necessarily.  Indianapolis is in if the Steelers or the Ravens drop one of their final two games. also noted the following:  "With the Dolphins losing last weekend, they would not affect the Colts at 10-6. Whichever one of these two AFC North teams drops a game will vacate the sixth seed and the Wild Card spot of which the Colts would have outright ownership with two wins over the Giants and the Titans to close out the season."

Odds to win 2018-19 Super Bowl LIII (2/3/19)  BET HERE
Team Odds
New Orleans Saints 2/1
Los Angeles Rams 11/2
Kansas City Chiefs 13/2
New England Patriots 17/2
Los Angeles Chargers 10/1
Chicago Bears 15/1
Houston Texans 16/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 20/1
Dallas Cowboys 30/1
Minnesota Vikings 35/1
Seattle Seahawks 45/1
Baltimore Ravens 60/1
Indianapolis Colts 75/1
Tennessee Titans 100/1
Philadelphia Eagles 150/1
Carolina Panthers 500/1
Miami Dolphins 1000/1
Washington Redskins 1500/1
Cleveland Browns 5000/1

- Don Shapiro,

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