Market Watch79% of the bets are on the road team.
The Colts have been mostly as advertised as well. Andrew Luck continues to ascend towards the upper echelon of elite QBs, while the defense remains a week-to-week mystery.
Head-to-head, this is a matchup that I want nothing to do with. The Colts offense is capable of winning games all on their own, and the same can be said about the Texans defense. On the other side, we really have no clue which Indy defense is going to show up, or which version of Fitzpatrick we'll see. Foster has a history of carving up the Colts, but he could easily leave the game with one of his many nagging injuries, too.
If I was forced to pick a side, I'd probably ride the Texans at +3. In all but one game, road teams have had a lot of trouble in these Thursday night tilts, and there is a lot on the line for these divisional rivals. Ultimately though, I'll be sitting this one out. No matter how it plays out, not much would surprise me.
Flip a coin.