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NFL Week 17: Sunday Night Football Colts vs. Titans Betting Odds

After 16 weeks of football, it all comes down to one game for the Indianapolis Colts and the Tennessee Titans. Their path to the playoffs is simple – win this game and punch a ticket to the postseason. The Houston Texans have already made the playoffs and can clinch the division with a win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, who sit at 6-10 and have a giant question mark at the quarterback position. With a Texans win, the winner of the Colts and Titans Sunday night matchup will earn the AFC’s final Wild Card spot. If the Texans lose, then the winner of this matchup will take the division crown. Since the game has been flexed to Sunday night, the teams will know just how much is on the line before kickoff.

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The Indianapolis Colts (9-6) are riding a three-game winning streak with quality wins against the Houston Texans and the Dallas Cowboys. Led by a healthy Andrew Luck, who finally has an offensive line that can keep him upright and healthy, the Colts are averaging 26.7 points per game, with Luck passing for 36 touchdowns to 14 interceptions. The Indianapolis defense has also done its part, allowing opponents only 21.8 points per game and shutting out the Dallas Cowboys in Week 15, getting a lot of help from Defensive Rookie of the Year candidate Darius Leonard.

The Tennessee Titans (9-6) are also coming in with a win streak of their own, stringing together four straight victories coming into Week 17, though their last four opponents have come against the New York Jets, the Jacksonville Jaguars, the New York Giants and the Washington Redskins – all teams that will be going home after Sunday. The Titans offense is only averaging 19.5 points, and with quarterback Marcus Mariota questionable to play, Tennessee may be putting their playoff hopes in backup quarterback Blaine Gabbert, who helped the Titans hold onto a victory against Washington last week. In an interview with 104.5 The Zone in Nashville, Mariota admitted his entire right side has been numb after the injury against Washington, so the prognosis does not look good for Titans’ fans who are hoping to see their season continue past Sunday. The good news is the Titans defense has been keeping the team alive in the hunt, allowing just 18.0 points per game to opponents, good for second in the league in scoring defense. But the defense also suffered a loss against the Redskins last week, with defensive lineman Jurrell Casey injuring his knee and landing on injured reserve.

The two division rivals have a storied history dating back to 1970 when the Tennessee Titans were the Houston Oilers, and the Indianapolis Colts were based in Baltimore. The Colts lead the all-time series 32-16 and have won 12 of the last 14 games. The Colts also won the first matchup in a 38-10 win at home at Lucas Oil Stadium, so the Titans will be looking to reverse that trend as they defend their home turf in Nashville Sunday night.

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