Indianapolis Colts versus San Diego Chargers NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Monday Night Football on October 14th will feature the Indianapolis Colts hitting the road to face the San Diego Chargers. These two AFC conference clubs will get started from San Diego at 8:40PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV will deliver 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 side Indianapolis Colts favored by -2 points with an over under line set at 50 ½ points. Those who wager on Indianapolis on the money line will lay -130 odds with the return on the San Diego Chargers at +110 odds on the money line.

Indianapolis is riding a three game win streak as they head into San Diego. The win streak began after the team dropped a 24-20 home decision to the Miami Dolphins in week two. They then went out west and blew out the San Francisco 49ers by the score of 27-7 as a +10 ½ point underdog. After a 34 point at Jacksonville the Colts returned home last week to face the Seattle Seahawks. After falling behind 12-0 early it was the Colts who rallied for a 34-28 home victory against Seattle as a +3 point underdog. Indianapolis is getting good production from their defense as they give up 15.8 points a game. The San Diego Chargers return home after 27-17 road defeat last week to AFC West division rival the Oakland Raiders as a -5 ½ point betting favorite. The Chargers made tons of mistakes last week as they turn the football over five times and took none away from the Raiders. San Diego is 2-3 this season with losses to Houston, Tennessee and Oakland. Their wins came at Philadelphia and home to Dallas. Phillip Rivers on the season for the Chargers is hitting on 73.7% of his passes with five touchdowns and five picks. The issue for this San Diego team has come on the defensive side of the football. The team is 27th in the league in total defense by allowing 406 yards per game. They are weak defending the pass by allowing 298 yards passing per game.

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