Indianapolis Colts 2017-2018 Comprehensive Betting Preview – Odds to Win

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Gambling911.com has your full Indianapolis Colts betting preview for the 2017-2018 NFL season, including the latest odds.

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2017-2018 Betting Odds

Regular Season Wins – 8.5 (OVER EVEN, UNDER -115) Bet Here

To Win 2018 Super Bowl – 35/1 Bet Here

To Win AFC South – 2/1 Bet Here

Betting Preview Brief

Off Season Moves And Impact

The Colts are expected to show some improvements coming into 2017 and will likely finish above the .500 mark Against The Spread as a result.  Last year, they finished one game below the .too mark.

2017 Indianapolis Colts Schedule

From Jim Barnwell of ESPN.com:

One of the bigger and better offseason changes was the Colts firing of Ryan Grigson and replacing him with Chris Ballard, who enjoyed success with both the Bears and, more recently, the Kansas City Chiefs.  He’s already taken measures to bulk up the Colts ailing defense, including with some solid draft picks.

The offensive line is still vulnerable but, with Andrew Luck expected to be healthier, this is a team that should pull away in the lackluster AFC South, winning both the division at favorable 2/1 odds and OVER 8.5 regular season games at -125.

Colts 2017: What to Bet

Not sure what to bet here in regard to the Colts but Tennessee is a good bet to win 9 or more regular season games.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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