New York Jets versus Indianapolis Colts NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Monday Night Football for September 21st features the Indianapolis Colts at home to the New York Jets. The Jets and Colts will get things started at 8:30PM Eastern Time and sports bettors can tune to ESPN TV.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home side Indianapolis Colts the -7 point favorite with an over under line set at 46 ½ points. Those who play on Indianapolis on the money line will lay -310 odds with the return on the road underdog New York Jets at +255 odds on the money line.

The New York Jets began their season at home against the Cleveland Browns last week and came away with the 31-10 victory and covering as a -3 ½ point favorite. The Jets were down 10-7 late in the second period then scored the final 24 points for the game as they shutout the Browns in the second half. The Jets leaned on their run game which produced 154 yards in the victory. Chris Ivory had 20 carries in the game and rushed for 91 yards and two touchdowns. Bilal Powell was production with 12 carries for 62 yards. Geno Smith is sidelined for some time as he recovers from a broken jaw. Ryan Fitzpatrick was under center last week and completed 15 of his 24 throws for 179 yards with two touchdowns and one pick. The Jets found some efficiency inside the red zone converting 4 of 6 times.

The Indianapolis Colts opened their season on the road facing the Indianapolis Colts and were defeated 27-14 and failing to cover as a -1 point favorite. It was a very poor offensively showing for Indy as they were held to just 8 points through three quarters. Much was expected from running back Frank Gore who came over from San Francisco in the offseason. The veteran running back had eight carries for just 31 yards. The other major acquisition for Indianapolis was veteran wide receiver Andre Johnson from Houston. Johnson was ineffective in his debut with his new team with four catches for 24 yards.

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