Broncos Vs Colts Spread & Final Score PredictionNoah Williams
NFL Week 15 betting action kicks-off with Denver battling Indianapolis. Kick-off is scheduled for 8:25 PM ET on Thursday, Dec. 14 from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN.
The Denver Broncos are 3-9-1 against the spread this season. Denver is 4 and 9 straight up. The Indianapolis Colts are 3 and 10 straight up. The Colts are 6 and 7 against the spread.
Denver Broncos at Indianapolis Colts Spread & Final Score Prediction
The Las Vegas oddsmakers have listed the NFL betting spread at -2.5 in favor of the Denver Broncos. The over/under is 41. NBC will broadcast the game between Denver and Indianapolis. Cord-cutters can stream the game via Amazon Prime.
Bet on the Denver Broncos -2.5 because…
Denver finally broke their losing streak in Week 14. The Broncos had dropped 8 straight games. In Week 14, Denver dominated a decent New York Jets squad 23 to 0. That could be a sign that the Broncos are ready to put together a mini winning streak to end the regular season. And they have Von Miller.
Bet on the Indianapolis Colts +2.5 because…
The Indianapolis Colts are very good against the spread in home games. The Colts are 4 and 2 against the spread in 6 home games this season. That’s not bad at all. What’s also encouraging is that the Colts defense only yielded 13 points to Buffalo in Week 14.
Broncos Vs Colts Final Score Prediction
It should be difficult for the Indianapolis Colts to move the football versus the Denver Broncos defense. Indy averages 290.7 total yards as it is. That ranks thirtieth in the NFL. The Colts only score 16.3 points per game.
Denver’s defense is ranked first in the NFL in total yards allowed on average per game. The Broncos give up 280.5 points per. Opponents average 191.1 passing yards per game. Opponents only average 89.5 rushing yards per.
If the Broncos’ offense doesn’t put the Broncos’ defense in a bad position, Denver most likely wins this game. I’ve got faith that Denver QB Trevor Siemian has finally settled down as the Broncos quarterback.
He only completed 19 of 31 passes for 200 yards in Denver’s victory over the Jets. But, he didn’t throw an interception while he also threw a TD. I like the Broncos.