NFL Week 7 yes Tennessee Titans and Indianapolis Colts. These teams played against each other in Week 4, with Titans coming out in the top 24-17 on the road. Today’s match will be in Tennessee, so we’ll see if the home team can get their 5th win in a row against rivals AFC South.
There are a lot of bets on offer for his game, which means there are a lot of possible parlays. Below, we’ll take a look at the best match-in-match odds, courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.
Indianapolis Colts vs. match details. Tennessee Titans
Fixtures: Indianapolis Colts @ Tennessee Titans
Date & Time: Sunday, October 23, 1:00 p.m. EDT
Venue: Nissan Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee
NFL Parlay Leg #1: First Half Titans over 12.5 points
The Titans scored nearly all of their points before halftime this year, which is a trend that will hold true this afternoon. Tennessee only averaged 19.2 points per game, but they averaged 16.4 points in the first half. RB Derrick Henry is a dark horse and puts a lot of pressure on the opposition defence. While the Colts’ defense has done a good job of limiting points overall, they have averaged 14.2 points in the first half this season. Expect Henry and Titans offense to hit 13 to two quarters, given the fact that when they played Indianapolis a few weeks ago, they had 24 games before the break.
NFL Parlay Leg #2: Titans First Half ML
The Colts are notoriously slow to start this year, and with the return of star Jonathan Taylor, that could change. However, although Taylor’s presence would be welcome, Indy found herself often trying to come from behind. The Colts averaged 6.5 points in the first half, and they trail the average of 7.7. The Titans are the exact opposite, and with the game in Tennessee, the home team will take the lead at the end of the first half.
NFL Stallion #3: Jonathan Taylor 7+ Pick up yard
Jonathan Taylor hasn’t played since facing the Titans in Week 4, but the Colts will use him as they always do. Taylor is known as one of the best wingers in the league, but his passing ability still comes into play over time. Taylor averages 4 goals and gets 11 yards per game, but last year he averaged more than 21 yards per game. Expect him to hit seven receiving yards today when he returns to face the Titans defense that allows for the most passes in the league.