Philadelphia Eagles versus Indianapolis Colts NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Two playoff teams from 2013 will go head to head on Monday Night Football on September 14th as the high octane offense from the Philadelphia Eagles will invade Indianapolis to face the Colts. The Eagles and Colts will get things started from Indianapolis at 8:30PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by 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 team Indianapolis Colts favored by -3 points with an over under line of 54 points. Those who play on Indianapolis on the money line will lay -165 odds with the return on Indianapolis at +145 odds on the money line.

The Philadelphia Eagles had a bit of a scare last week as they hosted the Jacksonville Jaguars in week one. Quarterback Nick Foles struggled and the so did the Eagles defense by giving up two long distance touchdown passes in the first quarter and by halftime Jacksonville was leading 17-0. Eagles head coach is a stickler for conditioning and even in his days at Oregon his players were well conditioned to play a full four quarters. In the second half all that work on conditioning paid dividends as Philadelphia closed strongly and was able to outscore Jacksonville 34-0. The final score read Philadelphia 34 and Jacksonville 17 and the Eagles bettors who lay the -10 points were able to overcome a 27 point spread deficit at the half to cash their tickets. Nick Foles settled down and threw for 322 yards with two touchdowns and a pick. Darren Sproles made a nice debut with Philadelphia as he scampered for 71 rushing yards on his eleven carries and a touchdown. The Eagles defense did allow 266 yards passing to Jaguars signal caller Chad Henne. Indianapolis is 0-1 after a 31-24 defeat at Denver. The Colts fell behind 24-0 in the second quarter but to their credit made a valiant comeback. Indianapolis trailed 31-24 in the fourth quarter and with the ball driving for the tying score but were not able to convert a critical fourth down play and turned the ball over on downs to Denver and were defeated.

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