Bet on Football – Indianapolis at Baltimore

December 1, 2010 NFL Football

Bet on football has a key game on Sunday as the unbeaten Indianapolis Colts travel to Baltimore to face the Ravens.

This is expected to be a very close game with the NFL betting odds near a pick. Here is a look at this matchup between the Indianapolis Colts and Baltimore Ravens.

Bet on football has the Colts and Ravens meeting for the 10th time. Indianapolis has won the last five regular-season bet on football games. The Colts are coming off a 35-34 win over New England while the Ravens shutout the Browns 16-0. The last time the Colts went to Baltimore was two years ago and they routed the Ravens by a score of 44-20. Last year the teams met at Indianapolis and the Colts won 31-3.

In the past five bet on football seasons the Colts have started 9-0 three times. Head coach Jim Caldwell is the first coach in NFL history to win his first nine games. Indianapolis has won 68 of its last 82 regular-season games. The Colts nearly lost last week to the Patriots and many are looking at this week’s game against Baltimore and next week’s game at Houston as possible losses.

Here are some NFL betting stats for the Indianapolis Colts:

The Colts own a 6-2 series edge in regular season meetings against the Ravens.
The Colts are 1-0 against them in the playoffs.
The Colts are 4-0 in NFL betting in their last 4 road games.
The Colts are 2-6-1 ATS vs. a team with a winning record.
The Colts are 5-0 ATS in the last 5 meetings against the Ravens.

Indianapolis has been close to losing the past few weeks and this could be the week they fall even though they have owned this series against Baltimore. Let’s take a look at some of Baltimore’s bet on football odds:

The Ravens are 4-1 against the bet on football odds in their last 5 games in November.
The Ravens are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 home games.
The Ravens are 13-5 in their last 18 vs. the AFC.

Baltimore could get some play in this matchup since they have some solid NFL trends, particularly when they are at home.

Eight of the last eleven Indianapolis games versus AFC teams have gone under the bet on football total. Six of the last seven Baltimore home games have gone under in NFL betting. Five of the last six meetings between the Colts and Ravens have gone under the total.

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