Indianapolis Colts vs. Baltimore Ravens - October 11, 2021

Indianapolis Colts vs. Baltimore Ravens Odds and Prediction

The Indianapolis Colts (+7, +266) are playing the Baltimore Ravens (-7, -317) this Monday at 8:15 PM EDT. The over / under is set at 46.

The Colts played last weekend, beating the Dolphins in a 27-17 blowout. The Ravens last game was last Sunday as well, when they beat the Broncos 23-7.

The last time these two teams played was on November 8, 2020 when the Ravens beat the Colts 24-10. In that game, the Ravens were +1 and covered the spread. Likewise, the total for that game was set at 48 and stayed under by 14 points.

These teams are headed in opposite directions, as the Ravens are 3-1 while the Colts are 1-3. New quarterback Carson Wentz has been somewhat disappointing for the Colts, though the AFC South appears to be up for grabs. Running back Jonathan Taylor has been a pleasant surprise for the Colts as well, rushing for 103 yards last weekend against the Miami Dolphins.

The Ravens have their work cut out for them if they want to compete in the crowded AFC North. The Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals are both making noise, with each team compiling a 3-2 record thus far. Lamar Jackson will look to put on another MVP performance this season. The Ravens tend to dominate against opponents with losing records, as they have won 15 of 16 by an average of 17 points.

Two trends to note: in prime time matchups, the Colts are 4-1 against the spread, while the OVER has hit in the last 5 prime time matchups for the Ravens. The Ravens are also 9-3 against the spread in their last 12 games.

We’re going with hot Shark player anonymous33 and taking Baltimore Ravens -7 (-105). The Ravens offense is certainly going to give the Colts a hard time. We also like the UNDER, as Carson Wentz simply does not have enough weapons to target. Look for a low-scoring affair with the Ravens coming out victorious.

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