Denver Broncos versus Indianapolis Colts NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Sunday Night Football will feature the return of Peyton Manning into his former teams home building as the Denver Broncos will be on the road to face the Indianapolis Colts. The Broncos and Colts get started from Indianapolis at 8:30PM Eastern Time on NBC TV.

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The current wagering odds at Oddsmaker sportsbook, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the road side Denver Broncos favored by -7 points with a total lined at 57 points. Those who bet Denver on the money line will lay -265 odds with the return on Indianapolis at +225 odds on the money line.

Denver enters Indianapolis with a perfect 6-0 record on the season. The team will be playing just their third road game of the season. They are the number passing, scoring and total offense in the NFL as they team puts up 476 yards a game scores 44 points. Their Achillies heel on the 2013 campaign has been their defense at the club allows 407 yards per game ranking 29th in the NFL. Teams throw for 337 yards against the Broncos defense ranking the team 32nd and last in the league. Peyton Manning has had a superb season in 2013 now that he is fully healthy. Manning is hitting on 74% of his throws with 22 touchdowns and two picks. The Broncos have gotten production from their run game that has made Peyton Manning lethal under center. He did not have a good running game while in Indianapolis. Now he has Knowshon Moreno who is averaging 4.7 yards per carry on the season. The Colts enter play following a Monday Night Football loss 19-9 at the San Diego Chargers to drop the team to 4-2 on the season. Ironically the Colts have wins against two solid football teams in the San Francisco 49ers on the road and the Seattle Seahawks in their home stadium. The Colts have had a hard time in recent seasons defending the run. The team is 31st and second last in the league though very few teams seem to try to take advantage of this weakness.

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