Indianapolis Colts versus Denver Broncos NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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NFL week 1 is in full gear for the 2014 Season and the initial Sunday Night Football game will feature two playoff teams from a year ago as the Indianapolis Colts will go head to head with the Denver Broncos. The Colts and Broncos will get things started from Denver at 8:30PM Eastern Time with NBC TV providing the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home team Denver Broncos the -7 ½ point wagering favorite with an over under line set at 55 ½ points. Those who play on Denver on the money line will lay -350 odds with the return on Indianapolis at +290 odds on the money line.

The teams met during the 2013 season and it was Indianapolis posting a 39-33 home victory and cover as a +6 point underdog. The game total went over 54 ½ points. Indianapolis has covered and won their past six meetings with Denver. There is major news heading into this game as it was announced that Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker has been suspended for this game and the next three for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy. Welker was a main weapon in the pass game as he accounted for 73 receptions for 778 yards and ten touchdown passes during the 2013 season. Peyton Manning returns for Denver as he enters his third season with his new team. He has a Super Bowl appearance in 2013 and a playoff appearance in 2012 in his two seasons with Denver. Last year Manning completed 68.3% of his throws for 5477 yards with 55 touchdowns and 10 picks. The 55 touchdown passes was a career high since the 49 he threw in 2004. Both clubs were division winners from a season ago. The Colts picked up a playoff win with a come from behind victory at home to Kansas City 45-44 but fail in the divisional round a week later losing at New England. Andrew Luck enters his third season with the Colts and has playoff appearances in each one. Luck completed 60.2% of his throws for 3822 with 23 touchdowns and 9 picks in his sophomore campaign. He cut his interceptions in half from a season ago.

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