NFL Week 10 Parlay Picks: Colts vs. Titans

Author: Mansi


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This will be an interesting battle between Titans (6-3) and Colts (5-3). Both the teams stand first and second after week 9 playoffs. Colts come from a defeated battle against Ravens with a very low margin of (10 – 24). This was expected given the poor running back they possessed.

Titans, on the other hand, come from a high-margin victory. 24-17 against bears is the best confidence booster.  The play-offs between the two teams are going to be an interesting battle given the equal defense strength they have. Our Parlay picks will analyze the details of both the teams and their chances of winning the one-off.

Indianapolis Colts:

Colts +100

Colts are a good team as their defense strength can overcome any team. Their offense has been a bit shallow in recent weeks. They could pull up their socks and attack at their best given the disposal of the best player. However, they have a long list of injury attacked players who will not be able to attend their upcoming tossup.

Players like Tavon Wilson, Jack Doyle, Wide receivers like T.Y. Hilton and Dezmon Patmon, and Quarterback Jacob Eason will be heavily missed due to injury. Their best total yards passed stands at 268.1 points and rushing yards value is 101.0

Their games ride on Philip Rivers majorly. In the previous meet-up against the Ravens, Rivers had a decent 25 passes for 227 yards, but the contribution from other players lacked the necessary luster. Jonathon Taylor’s absence in the 8th week gave them a low hand for them in defense. However, his return to the team in week 9 gave a strong defense power to the team.

Mathew Stafford’s 24 passes for 336 yards stands highest for them until now. Their rushing yards in the previous toss-up have been decent against the Ravens. They have a good defense technique, and Darius Leonard’s 13 tackles were the only exception in defense in their previous game.

If we analyze their last 5 outings before week 9, they have lost only one match against Browns in a 32-23 margin. However, their margin of victory against the Lions was quite impressive with 41-21 points.

Tennessee Titans:

Titans: +170

Titans seem to be the most likely winner in the toss-up. Their 6-3 record gives them good standing in tables, but there are some rough areas they will need some brushing up. They were the underdogs since the start of the season as their defense looked unstable. However, the fighting spirit they have shown has given them good credibility in the tournament.

Their average of 34.8 points is quite impressive, and they have also leveraged their home advantage to their best of abilities. The offense is the best card for them since Nick Foles in their team gives a good balance for the offense. They have to really up their defense to overcome stronger teams.

They won the last match against the Bears with a 24-17 margin to all of our surprises. Ryan Tannehill proved his mettle with 10 passes for 158 yards. Their offense looked strong with Derrick Henry’s 21 carriers for 68 yards. However, their defense still lagged with Breon Borders’s highest tackle of 7.

Analyzing their stats, they also have a long list of injury reports. Geoff Swain, Isiah Wilson, Jadeveon Clowney, Rodger Saffold, and Dane Cruikshank are out on injury. They have a total high passing yards value of 247.6, and rushing yards amounts to 147.6.

Their last 5 outings have been quite impressive. They have lost against the Pittsburgh Steelers with a low margin of 27-24 and to Cincinnati Bengals for 31-20 margins. However, their toss-ups against Texans and Bills were high scoring with 42-36 and 42-16 margins respectively. Their last match 24-17 against Bears was another feather in the cap.

Their bid of the best players include R. Tannehill, averages 167-254 passing yards with a total of 1981 yards, D. Henry 182 carriers with a total 843 yards, and A.J. Brown, 31, receives for 457 yards.

They have a better combination of offense and will look to capitalize on that.

Parlay Picks for this toss-up predicts Titans by a low margin. Their offense and Receiving yards look stronger than the Colts. Henry’s and A.J. Brown’s performance will be critical to the team as they will be looking to seal the victory against the Colts in the Week 10 toss-up.

 


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