Almost time for another weekend of football...it can't get here soon enough!
Indianapolis this season: 11-5 SU, 10-6 ATS
- Colts QB Andrew Luck is 1-1 in playoffs games.
- The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Indianapolis’s last 6 games
- Indianapolis is 5-1 SU in its last 6 games
- The total has gone OVER in 4 of Indianapolis’s last 5 games on the road
- When playing in January the Colts are 4-6 SU
- When playing outside the division the Colts are 5-5 SU
- New England this season: 12-4 SU, 8-8 ATS
- The total has gone OVER in 5 of New England’s last 6 games
- New England is 5-1 SU in its last 6 games
- New England is 8-0 SU in its last 8 games at home
- New England is 159-120 ATS against conference opponents since 1992.
- New England is 9-1 ATS off a division game over the last 2 seasons.
- New England is 11-2 ATS off a win against a division rival over the last 3 seasons.
- New England is 97-71 ATS when playing against a team with a winning record since 1992.
- New England is 68-44 ATS when playing against a team with a winning record in the second half of the season since 1992.
- The total has gone OVER in 5 of New England’s last 6 games at home
- When playing in January the Patriots are 6-4 SU
- When playing outside the division the Patriots are 8-2 SU
Head to Head
- The Patriots lead the all-time series against the Colts 47-29
- Patriots QB Tom Brady is 8-3 against the Indianapolis Colts all-time with 24 TDs and 10 INTs.
- Brady is 2-1 against the Colts in postseason games.
- Colts QB Andrew Luck has faced the Patriots once; he lost while throwing 334 yards, 2 TDs and 3 INT.
- Indianapolis is 7-18 SU in its last 25 games when playing New England
- Indianapolis is 8-15-2 ATS in its last 25 games when playing New England
- Indianapolis is 2-12 SU in its last 14 games when playing on the road against New England
- The total has gone OVER in 4 of Indianapolis’s last 5 games when playing on the road against New England
- New England is 1-4 ATS in its last 5 games when playing at home against Indianapolis
I'm sure people are tired of hearing it but there's a reason its being said. Brady and Belichick at home in the playoffs. A lot of people are using the angle that because of the way the Colts came back last week, they are playing with "house money" and will be more relaxed. I think this will hurt rather than help them. So "all the pressure" is on Brady and Belichick? Since when has that been a problem? Also, since 2000, teams in the playoffs coming off a 40+ performance are just 2-14-1 ATS the following week. Not only did the Colts score 45, but they did it in stellar comeback fashion. I don't think that carry's over. Remember, its important not to overreact and bet based on week to week performances. I'll swallow the points with Patriots.
New England -7 (-110) 3x