Colts Win Two Straight, Super Bowl Odds Offer Good Value

  • The Indianapolis Colts have +6500 odds to win the Super Bowl.
  • The Colts have won their last two games since starting 0-3 on the season.

INDIANAPOLIS – After starting their season with an 0-3 record, the Colts have bounced back to win three of their last four games. With that, their Super Bowl odds should have an eye kept on them as they could shift should the Colts continue to win.

Super Bowl 56 Odds

  • Buffalo Bills +500
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +500
  • Los Angeles Rams +750
  • Arizona Cardinals +800
  • Green Bay Packers +1000
  • Dallas Cowboys +1100
  • Baltimore Ravens +1200
  • Kansas City Chiefs +1200
  • Tennessee Titans +1600
  • Los Angeles Chargers +2000
  • Cleveland Browns +2500
  • Cincinnati Bengals +3000
  • Las Vegas Raiders +3000
  • New Orleans Saints +3500
  • Minnesota Vikings +5000
  • Indianapolis Colts +6500
  • Pittsburgh Steelers +7500

Jonathan Taylor Leads The Offense

While many believed that Carson Wentz would be the X-factor, Jonathan Taylor has been the one to keep the team's Super Bowl 56 odds afloat. Taylor is currently Top-5 in the league in attempts (105), yards (579), touchdowns (5), and yards per carry (5.5) and has been keeping opposing defenses on their heels.

Taylor has rushed for 100+ yards in three of his last four games and put up 116 receiving yards in the game where he stayed under 100 rushing yards. Something else backing up the Colts Super Bowl odds, even more, is that Taylor has hit the OVER on his rushing yard total in four of seven games this season in which the Colts won three of those games.

The Colts have the Tennessee Titans, the New York Jets, and the Jacksonville Jaguars in their next three games. Each who are allowing opposing running backs to go for 100+ rushing yards each week. With Taylor showing no signs of slowing down, he could not only win the Colts games but also make a potential Super Bowl run.

Defense Anchoring Down

On the other side of the ball, players such as DeForest Buckner, Darius Leonard, Kwity Paye, and Bobby Okereke have been able to make opposing teams sweat. The Colts are in the top half of the league in points allowed per game (21.3), rushing yards allowed (111), and passing yards allowed (243.1).

The Colts have also been a menace in sacks with 14 on the season averaging 2 sacks per game. The Colts should be able to continue their dominance throughout the season as they have favorable matchups remaining with the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Houston Texans, and the New York Jets, all of who are in the bottom-10 in points scored per game.

Getting in on the Colts Super Bowl odds sooner rather than later offers a great payout to sports bettors should the team take it all the way.

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