Colts-Ravens chances: Colts open as hefty 8-point underdogs in Week 3

  • The Indianapolis Colts will remain on the road for their week three competition with the Baltimore Ravens at MT Bank Arena. They last fulfilled in 2021 with the Ravens taking a video game in overtime that the Colts had enough opportunity to win. DraftKings Sportsbook doesn't see this set being as close with the Colts being 8-point underdogs. The Colts are coming off their first win of the season after the very prepared for matchup in between the number two and four choices in in 2015's draft. The Colts handled the Houston Texans reasonably easily being up 31-10 at one factor. Anthony Richardson established the tone early by scoring two hurrying goals although the 2nd one showed to be pricey as he left in the second quarter with a trauma. Gardner Minshew revealed what an important addition he is to the team this year by not missing a beat, finishing the game 1923 with 171 yards. The Ravens found themselves when driving in week two along with they tackled their division competitor, the suddenly having a hard time Cincinnati Bengals. The Ravens never ever tracked in the game as Lamar Jackson created a very solid stat line of 2433 and two touchdowns. Of course, he added much more on the ground, generating 54 backyards on 12 carries. Odell Beckham left the game early with an ankle joint much of the early chances are based on the ability and assumptions of these two groups, and just how much is an early guess because it is unknown who will lag facility, and even playing facility, for the Colts following week? If Richardson is great to go, expect the chances to move. Anticipate a great deal of backyards for the quarterbacks as well.