- The Indianapolis Colts had +2500 Super Bowl odds during the preseason but have only won a single game in 2022 and their odds fell to +6000.
- The Colts were 3.5 favorites at home against the Titans but have continued to struggle offensively and ended up losing by seven points in week four.
- Jonathan Taylor suffered an ankle injury in the fourth quarter against the Titans and his OPOY odds went from +1600 to +4000.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – The Indianapolis Colts were a Super Bowl favorite heading into the 2022 NFL regular season at +2500 because of Matt Ryan at QB but have fallen to +6000 odds to win Super Bowl 57.
While the Colts have hung around in the odds around the +3000 range for the majority of the year, the Colts suffered a seven-point loss to a divisional rival in the Titans at home on Sunday. This loss was enough for oddsmakers to write them off for betting on the Super Bowl, as they were the betting favorite with -190 odds to win.
The Colts now have a record of 1-2-1 and saw the most dramatic line movement of any NFL team from week three to week four at Bovada sportsbook from +3500 to +6000. Because they were playing at home, the Colts were favored for their third matchup of the season.
Indianapolis’s only win of the season came over the Kansas City Chiefs in week three, where they were +230 underdogs. Before their week four loss, the Colts were the favorite to win the AFC South but are now behind both the Titans and the Jaguars to take the title.
Betting on Jonathan Taylor in Indy
The majority of the success that the Colts saw in 2021 and the start of the 2022 season is through Jonathan Taylor. The leading RB during the 2021 season rushed for 141 yards and a TD in week one but has not been efficient in his last three games in 2022.
JT has rushed for 167 yards in his last three games total and has not scored a rushing TD. He suffered a minor ankle injury in week four in the fourth quarter as well, contributing to the major lengthening of their Super Bowl odds.
JTs Future Odds Shift
Regular Season MVP
- Week 1 +5000
Week 3 +6600
Week 5 +10000
Offensive Player of the Year
- Week 1 +850
- Week 3 +750
- Week 5 +4000
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