Titans vs. Colts Point Spread: NFL Week 12 Odds, Prediction

Charlie Grant | Updated Dec 06, 2017

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Tennessee will try to snap a 10-year winless drought at Indy when they travel north to face the suddenly competitive Colts.

Tennessee
9-7
AT
November 26, 2017, 1:00 PM ET
Lucas Oil Stadium
Pointspread -3.5 -110
Moneyline -180
Over / Under o +47

73%

Betting Action

27%

Pointspread +3.5 -110
Moneyline +150
Over / Under u +47

73%

Betting Action

27%

The last time the Titans won at Indianapolis, George W. Bush was still the commander-in-chief, Vince Young was the defending NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year and the Colts were still playing in the RCA Dome.

Point Spread and Betting Analysis

The Titans opened as 4.5-point favourites on the Sports Interaction NFL odds board but the spread has come down a point to land at 3.5.

Tennessee got outscored 17-0 in the fourth quarter of its Thursday night game last week against Pittsburgh on way to a 40-17 loss. The setback dropped the Titans out of first place in the AFC South and pushed them down to 6-4 straight up and 3-7 against the spread on the season.

The Colts are coming off their bye week and last played at Pittsburgh in Week 10 where they lost 20-17 but covered as 10-point underdogs. Indy is 3-7 SU and 6-4 ATS on the year with six of its 10 games going over the total.

Tennessee Titans

Tennessee’s 23-point loss to Pittsburgh brings the team’s point differential down to -31 on the year. That’s not something you’d normally see from a team two games above .500 at this point in the season. The Jags, for instance, own a +104 point differential and are just one game up on the Titans in the standings.

Quarterback Marcus Mariota hopes to bounce back from his four-interception performance against the Steelers. The 24-year-old is struggling to live up the promise he showed over the last 12 games last season when he threw 22 TDs against just four picks. Mariota has thrown two more INTs than touchdown passes this season.

Indianapolis Colts

Indy backers are hoping their team worked on its red zone offense during the bye week. The Colts are dead last in the NFL in converting trips inside the red zone into touchdowns. Indianapolis finds pay dirt just 41.67 percent of the time it gets inside the 20-yard line. Jacoby Brissett’s QB rating drops to 68.8 in the red zone as well.

Titans vs Colts Prediction

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