Indianapolis Colts 2010 Super Bowl Odds

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Mary Montgomery
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Indianapolis Colts 2010 Super Bowl Odds

The Indianapolis Colts 2010 Super Bowl odds were set at +250 for a potential to win $250 on every $100 bet at SBG Global.  Not bad odds when one considers that the Colts were undefeated during the 2009 regular season up until last week.  Peyton Manning was pulled from the game in a controversial decision. 

Peyton Manning was removed from the lineup in the third quarter with the Colts up 15-10 during Week 16. The Jets then scored 19 unanswered points to snap the Colts' 23-game regular season win streak.

The only thing that is likely to get in the way of the Colts Super Bowl dream is a Peyton Manning injury.  Last Sunday's game against the Jets demonstrated that the Colts simply do not play well with Manning not at the helm.

Both the San Diego Chargers (+450 odds) and the New England Patriots (+750 odds) present the biggest threat to Indianapolis in the post season among AFC teams vying for a spot in the 2010 Super Bowl. 


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Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com 

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