Indianapolis Colts versus New York Jets NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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The Monday Night Football game on tap for December 5th will feature the New York Jets hosting the Indianapolis Colts. The Jets and Colts get things started from New York at 8:30PM Eastern Time and NBC TV has 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 road team Indianapolis Colts favored by -2 points with the total lined at 48 ½ points.

It has been a difficult season for the New York Jets. The team is 3-8 and will most likely miss the playoffs for yet another season. They sport a three game losing streak. The team came off their bye week and dropped a 22-17 decision at home to the New England Patriots in their previous game. The Jets held a 17-13 lead midway through the fourth quarter but allowed a Tom Brady touchdown pass in the final two minutes of the game in defeat. Their offense has struggled through the year. They generate only 18 points per game average which is 28th and near the bottom of the league. The team has questions about whether Ryan Fitzpatrick will fit in the future plans of the team. He has had a bad season completing only 57% of his passes with 10 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. It was a nightmarish Week 3 and 4 for the signal caller as he had six interceptions at Kansas City then the following week at home to Seattle he threw three picks. He was benched in Week 10 which resulted in a 9-6 home defeat to the LA Rams and returned under center to face the Patriots in Week 12.

The Indianapolis Colts are 5-6 as they trail the Houston Texans and Tennessee Titans each by a ½ game in the AFC South race. With a win by the Colts there will be a three way tie. Andrew Luck will return under center after missing the Thanksgiving night game at home to Pittsburgh that resulted in a 28-7 defeat. He was out with a concussion but was cleared to play on Sunday.

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