The Colts had a pleasant bye week following an street victory against the Chiefs on October 6. Jacoby Brissett completed 18 of 29 passes for 151 yards and one touchdown on six carries and one interception in this match but he ran nine yards. Sure, it was not his very best performance but what matters is that he found a way to lead his group to a victory against a then-undefeated opponent of the season.
Pinnacle gets got the Colts and confronting a Texans with loads of momentum will not be easy. Deshaun Watson led the Texans with Patrick Mahomes completing 22 of 39 passes for 321 yards and one touchdown, even into a impressive 31-24 road win against the Chiefs, therefore in order to provide the Colts an opportunity here Brissett wants a huge game.
Brissett has finished 108 of 167 passes for 1,062 yards and 10 touchdowns with three interceptions in five games this year and he’s thrown three touchdown passes in just a few of those contests. The Texans have allowed six touchdowns in their last two games, three to four Matt Ryan and 3 to four Patrick Mahomes maybe Brissett to throw at least two touchdowns in three or +110 touchdowns at +417 in BetOnline really are worth a look.
The 26-year-old signal-caller has two games with over 250 passing yards this year but this is a sport in which he might try to go through the air more often, since the Texans rank 24th in the NFL, giving up 268.0 passing yards per game. BetOnline has Brissett to have at least 241 passing yards in +127 which will be among my NFL picks that weekend.
Look for a close game, the Colts have three wins with a margin of 11 points this season and both losses have been by a touchdown or less. I do lean on the Colts here but not on the stage spread on the NFL odds board, I’ll take them onto the moneyline at 5Dimes.