NFL Tip - Indianapolis Colts vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
- Title : NFL Tip - Indianapolis Colts vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
The Colts and the Steelers have one thing in common: their fickleness. Sometimes both play like clear playoff teams, then again they get real clap from middle-class teams. Two weeks ago, the Colts were also the first team to react to this lack of consistency.
They fired their longtime head coach, Frank Reich, and installed a hitherto relatively unknown new coach: Jeff Saturday. This measure was initially sharply criticized, but the performance in the first two games under Saturday prove the front office right so far.
Matt Ryan far from Matty Ice
Although the re-installation of Matt Ryan has led to a new level of security in the team, his weaknesses in crucial moments have remained. He often just doesn't manage to put the lid on games.
However, we don't just want to highlight the negative aspects of his game. With a completion percentage of 69.2%, he is in the top 5 in the NFL in this statistic and his 271.4 passing yards per game are also a good value.
With ten touchdowns, however, he already has nine interceptions, which cuts the same notch we mentioned earlier. He makes too many mistakes, often at crucial moments (see the Game Day 1 game against the Texans).
Defense and Taylor the guarantors of victory
Thanks to running back Jonathan Taylor and the Colts defense, the Colts already have four wins under their belt. This keeps their opponents at 20.0 points per game, which means that they also allow 4.4 points less than that of the Steelers.
This is exactly the point that can lead to success on Sunday. However, since both offenses have been very weak recently (15.7 and 17.0 points per game), a tip on sub-points for Colts against Steelers is even more advisable than betting on Indianapolis.
QB: Matt Ryan
RB: Jonathan Taylor
WR: Michael Pittman Jr.
TE: Mo Alie-Cox
K: Chase McLaughlin
Matt Ryan Over 233.5 Passing Yards
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|Prediction||Colts winning at HT|
|Start Time||02:15 : 29-Nov-22|