Colts Can Clinch AFC’s Top Seed with a Win NFL Betting Odds

December 1st, 2010 NFL Football

With an NFL betting odds win, the Colts will clinch the AFC’s top seed in the playoffs and set a record with 22 consecutive regular-season victories.

If the Colts do win this weekend they may not be the normal favorite in future NFL lines since they may start to rest players.

NFL betting odds have had the Colts favored in every game except one this season. That could change if they win this week since the Colts would have nothing to play for down the NFL lines stretch. And no, an undefeated record is not a priority for the Colts’ NFL betting odds. Indianapolis has the main goal of winning the Super bowl and they are saying that players could be rested down the stretch which would greatly impact NFL betting odds. “If you don’t win that big game, it doesn’t mean anything. I think every kid’s dream is to try and get to the Super Bowl. Kids dream to play in the Super Bowl.” running back Joseph Addai said, “That’s the biggest thing.” Addai has been playing very well lately and impacting NFL betting odds. He has 662 yards rushing this year and has run for nine touchdowns as stats show. “I think he’s playing fantastic. We’re not one of those teams that gives him 30 carries a game. But when he gets his opportunities, he’s busting it. He’s making it happen. Here lately, he’s been keeping [his per run average] in the 4.5, 5.0 range and that’s our goal,” center Jeff Saturday said.

Indianapolis has simply been great in NFL betting odds action. They are 8-3-1 against the NFL betting odds this year. The Colts will clinch the top seed in the AFC with an NFL betting odds win over the Broncos. Last week the Colts got their 113th victory since 2000 with Sunday’s win in NFL lines over Tennessee. Indianapolis has now tied San Francisco’s 1990s record for the most in any NFL betting odds decade. Quarterback Peyton Manning has thrown for 3,685 passing yards and 25 touchdowns this NFL lines season. He is the first player in NFL betting odds history to pass for at least 3,500 yards in 12 straight seasons and is also the first player to throw at least 25 touchdown passes in 12 years in a row.

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