Dolphins vs. Colts Point Spread: NFL Predictions, Week 10 Odds

Payton Matthews | Updated Nov 06, 2019

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Finally securing that elusive first win of the season hasn’t spared the Miami Dolphins from yet another double-digit spread as they travel to Indianapolis to face the Colts on Sunday.

November 10, 2019, 4:05 PM ET
Lucas Oil Stadium
Pointspread +11 -110
Moneyline +373
Over / Under o +44


Betting Action


Pointspread -11 -110
Moneyline -461
Over / Under u +44


Betting Action


Miami knocked off the New York Jets 26-18 last week and have quietly put together a four-game cover streak – but they could be in tough against a Colts team that has failed to cover in back-to-back games but could see its starting quarterback return from injury.

NFL Point Spread and Betting Analysis

The betting public is warming to the Dolphins despite their dreadful start to the season, with 54 percent of Sports Interaction bettors taking the visitors and the points this weekend. Look for that number to get even higher by kickoff, given Miami’s recent ATS success combined with the underdog having covered in 12 of the past 14 meetings between the teams. The Colts, meanwhile, are 0-5-1 ATS in their last six games against teams with sub-.500 records.

The total for Sunday’s showdown is set at 44, with 72 percent of Sports Interaction participants leaning toward the Under. And that jibes with the prevailing totals trends for both teams, with the Dolphins having gone 2-5 to the Under in their previous seven games and the Colts converting the under in four consecutive games following a straight-up loss. But bettors should note that the Over is 4-1 in Indy’s previous five games at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Miami Dolphins

Even with the Dolphins finally having something to celebrate, there’s plenty of bad news, as well. Miami will be without wide receiver Preston Williams for the remainder of the season after he suffered an ACL injury in last week’s victory over the Jets. And Williams isn’t the only Miami skill player out of the lineup, with starting running back Mark Walton handed a four-game suspension this week for violating the league’s substance abuse policy.

Indianapolis Colts

Taking advantage of a suddenly-shorthanded Miami team is going to be a little easier if the Colts have Jacoby Brissett back in the fold. And Indy received plenty of good news on that front, with news that Brissett’s injured knee is feeling “significantly better” than it has in the past couple of weeks. Brissett was forced to miss last week’s 26-24 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, and will be without receivers T.Y. Hilton and Parris Campbell even if he does return this week.

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