Colts at Titans odds, picks: Point spread, total, player props, trends for Week 3 AFC South matchup

The Indianapolis Colts struck the roadway today to handle a department competitor in the Tennessee Titans. Indy is dealing with a little a quarterback problem, as Carson Wentz is handling 2 sprained ankles. He went back to practice on Friday and is noted as doubtful. If he does not play, Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network reported that Indy might utilize 2 quarterbacks in Brett Hundley and Jacob Eason. However, at this moment it looks like Wentz is on track to play. 

As for the Titans, they are riding high after an overtime win over the Seattle Seahawks. After getting burnt out on their house field by the Arizona Cardinals in Week 1, it appears like they have actually returned on the best track. They will get an opportunity to show that versus a familiar challenger this weekend.

The Colts lead the all-time series 35-17 while the Titans have actually won 2 out of the previous 3 conferences. They divided the season series in 2020. Below, we will break down this match from a gaming viewpoint and take a look at the line motion, Over/Under and gamer props to think about. First, here’s how you can enjoy Sunday’s match. 

All NFL chances are by means of Caesars Sportsbook.

How to enjoy

Date: Sunday, Sept. 26 | Time:  1 p.m. ET
Location:  Nissan Stadium (Nashville, Tennessee)
CBS | Stream: Paramount+ (click on this link)
Follow:  CBS Sports App
Odds:  Titans -5.5, O/U 48

Line motion

Latest Odds:

Tennessee Titans

This line resumed at 10 -5.5 on Monday. It saw a small bump as much as 10 -6 on Thursday, however returned down to 10 -5.5 on Friday. 

The choice: Titans -5.5. This was in fact among my leading 5 ATS choices of the week. The Titans have the very best running back in the league in Derrick Henry, and Julio Jones had his very first huge video game as a Titan recently. The offense might win leaning on either, as Indy’s secondary has actually had a hard time strongly through the very first 2 weeks of the season. A healthy Wentz would make this video game intriguing, however regrettably we will not get that. 

Over/Under 48

Latest Odds:

Under 48

This overall opened at 54.5 a week and a half earlier, however dropped to 50 on Monday and closed at 48 by the end of the day. It stayed there. 

The choice: Under 48. My lean is to the Under in this video game, although I would prevent putting cash on this completely. With or without Wentz, it’s tough to picture the Colts can install points in lots — even versus a typical defense. The Colts are balancing simply 20 points per video game through 2 contests. It’s possible the Titans run away with this and installed 30-plus points, however it might be a low-scoring affair. 

Player props 

Derrick Henry getting lawns: Over 12.5 (-115). I’m going to let you in on a trick, due to the fact that I’ve figured something out. With Todd Downing as Tennessee’s brand-new offending planner, Henry is getting more chances as a receiver. No, he’s not Christian McCaffrey or anything, however he’s getting targets. He captured 3 passes in Week 1 and after that a career-high 6 passes versus the Seahawks. His Over/Under for getting lawns recently was 8.5, and he acquired 55 lawns. I’m taking the Over on this prop once again. Henry will capture a minimum of 2 or 3 passes and might cross the Over with one screen pass. 

Jack Doyle receptions: Over 2.5 (-145). It’s hard to discover Colts props I like given that we do not understand what the offense will appear like with a banged-up Wentz or with a two-quarterback system. Is that helpful for the running backs? Or is it bad, given that the Colts could be tracking from starting to end? Michael Pittman Jr. might be due to get an excellent quantity of targets, however Doyle Over 2.5 receptions is intriguing. He has actually captured a minimum of 3 passes in each of the very first 2 video games, and was targeted 8 times recently versus the Los Angeles Rams. 

Randy Bullock additional points made: Over 2.5 (-130). I have actually been generating income off of kicking props this year. This bet is essentially “will the Titans score three touchdowns?” Now, I will confess Bullock is something like the 49th kicker the Titans have actually experimented with given that the preseason and he might destroy this prop by missing out on among his additional points, however I’ll take it. 

Flier: Ryan Tannehill to score a goal (+370) 

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