The 2020 NFL regular-season rolls on with Thursday Night Football and BetRivers.com has the latest Colts-Titans Week 10 odds live right now. Arguably to the premier teams in the AFC South, the Week 10 showdown will go along way toward determining which team wins the division and earns a home playoff game.
Rob Dauster is here to examine the Colts-Titans Week 10 odds and explain which props are worth wagering on.
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THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: COLTS-TITANS WEEK 10 ODDS
- Week 8: 8:20 p.m. ET (NFLN/FOX)
- Moneyline: Colts -107, Titans (-107)
- Spread: Colts -1
- Over/Under: 48.5 points
- Implied Score: Colts 24.25, Titans 24.25
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Finally, we get an awesome Thursday Night Football game that, hopefully, will live up to its billing. The Colts head to Nashville to take on the Titans in a battle for first place in the AFC South Division.
And this, definitively, is a matchup of strength on strength … and weakness on weakness.
Defensively, the Colts are a juggernaut that has only gotten better as the season as trudged along. Specifically, they rank second in the NFL against the run in Football Outsiders’ DVOA metric. They just so happen to be going up against Tennessee’s juggernaut offense, which is spearheaded by none other than Derrick “might actually be a pick-up truck” Henry. This is where I mention that the Colts have held Henry under 100 yards in five of their last six meetings.
Advantage Colts, right?
On the other side of the ball is Philip Rivers going up against a Tennessee defense that is quite bad at getting pressure on opposing QBs. Rivers is roughly 58 years old and has enough children that his household breaks COVID quarantining guidelines. I can barely get enough sleep to keep me from falling asleep at 8 p.m. every night, and I’m younger than Rivers, I have somewhere around 6-8 fewer children than Rivers and I am not in the middle of an NFL football season.
Us old guys get tired easily. We don’t like getting hit. So the fact that Tennessee cannot actually get to Rivers to hit him is a good thing.
Again, advantage Colts, right?
So I want to be on Indy’s side here. The problem is that this line is a pick-em, and I would be betting on the road team. That’s a bit uncomfortable. The public isn’t on my side, with 79% of the total ML handle and 62% of the spread handle backing the home Titans.
But nothing is comfortable in 2020. So I’m going to do it anyway.