Colts at Jaguars Week 6 Betting Odds and Game Preview

Colts at Jaguars Week 6 Betting Odds and Game Preview

Colts at Jaguars Week 6 Betting odds and predictions for this game that is set to take place on October 15, 2023.

Colts at Jaguars Week 6 Betting Odds

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Colts at Jaguars Week 6 Betting Predictions

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Colts at Jaguars Week 6 Betting Prediction: Indianapolis

First, we have our Colts at Jaguars Week 6 Betting prediction on Indianapolis.

This year, the Indianapolis Colts have a 3-2 record when they take the field. The Colts beat the Titans 23–16 in their last game. Gardner Minshew II completed 11 out of 14 passes for 155 yards.

He had a number 112.8 for quarterbacking and didn’t throw a pick in the game.

The Colts’ Zack Moss ran the ball 23 times for 165 yards, which is an average of 7.2 yards per carry. Josh Downs caught 6 passes and gained 97 yards, which is an average of 16.2 yards per catch.

There were 34 times that the Indianapolis Colts ran the ball, which added up to 193 yards, or an average of 5.7 yards per carry.

The total number of plays they made added up to 61, giving them 429 yards. It took 35 tries for Indianapolis to give up 23 completions, which is a completion rate of 65.7% and 259 yards. The Colts gave up 89 yards on the ground on 22 tries, which is 4.0 yards per rush.

The Colts have gained a total of 1,718 yards this season. Teams from Indianapolis have gained 56 first downs and been penalized 34 times, which adds up to 243 yards.

Indianapolis has scored 5 touchdowns through the air and 7 scores on the ground when they get the ball in the end zone. They have lost the ball four times, with one pick and three mistakes.

Together, they run the ball 131.2 yards per game, which ranks them eighth in the league. In terms of points scored, the Indianapolis Colts score 24.0 points per game on average.

When it comes to receiving yards, the Colts are 30th in the NFL, having given up 1,314 yards. Every game, they let the other team throw for 262.8 yards and 68.1% of the time, the pass is completed.

There have been 382.0 yards given up per game this year, which puts them 28th in the NFL. On the season, they give up 119.2 yards of running backs every game, or 3.8 yards per carry.

They have given up 596 running yards so far this season in 5 games. When it comes to opponents scoring, the Colts are 22nd in the league, giving up 23.0 PPG.

Colts Betting Insights

  • Three of Indianapolis’ five games have been won against the spread
  • This season, the Colts have covered the spread once when they were losers by four points or more
  • Sixty percent of Indianapolis’ games this season (three out of five games with a set point total) have gone over
  • After being a small favorite in four games this season, Indianapolis has won two of them
  • So far this season, the Colts have won one of the two games where they were the loser by at least +164

Indianapolis’ Stats & Performance

Stat Average (Total) Rank
Pass yards 212.4 (1,062) 15
Rush yards 131.2 (656) 8
Points scored 24 (120) 9
Pass yards against 262.8 (1,314) 28
Rush yards against 119.2 (596) 19
Points allowed 23 (115) 22

Colts at Jaguars Week 6 Betting Prediction: Jacksonville

Second, we have our Colts at Jaguars Week 6 Betting prediction for Jacksonville.

The Jaguars have lost three games so far this season, giving them a 3-2 record. The last time these two teams played, the Jaguars beat the Bills 25–20. Travis Etienne ran the ball 26 times for 136 yards, giving Jacksonville an average of 5.2 yards per run for the game. Calvin Ridley caught seven passes for 122 yards, which is 17.4 yards per catch.

He was one of the Jaguars’ best receivers. Trevor Lawrence had a QB rating of 102.9 and threw for 315 yards and one touchdown. And his Y/A was 8.5 yards. He didn’t throw any picks. Jacksonville gave up 14 runs that went for 29 yards, or 2.1 yards per carry. The Jaguars’ defense let passes go through for 359 yards on 27 of 40 attempts, for a completion rate of 67.5%.

At the end of the game, the Jaguars had gained 474 yards on 82 plays, which is 5.8 yards per play. Jacksonville ran the ball 40 times and gained 196 yards, or 4.9 yards per carry.

When talking about how well they score, the Jaguars are 20th in the league right now, getting 21.0 points per game. While the Jaguars have only played 11 games so far this season, they have thrown for 1,195 yards and an average of 239.0 yards per game, which is 11th in the NFL. Their running game has gained 596 yards so far this year, or 119.2 yards per game.

The Jacksonville Jaguars score 358.2 yards per game, which ranks them 10th in the NFL. The Jacksonville attack has given up 23 penalties for 185 yards, which ranks them 31st in football in terms of helping the other team. It’s been a good game for them so far—they’ve gained 64 first downs and tossed two interceptions.

They give up 262.4 yards per game and 8 scores through the air, which ranks them 27th in the NFL. As a whole, Jacksonville has given up 408 yards rushing (81.6 yards per game) and 3 scores on the ground this season. Since the beginning of the season, they have given up 102 points.

So far this season, they have 11 takeaways, with 6 fumbles and 5 picks. The Jaguars’ defense has played 300 plays, which is ninth in the NFL. It’s 12th in the league that the Jaguars give up 20.4 points per game.

Jaguars Betting Insights

  • This season, Jacksonville has won three of its five games against the spread
  • There have been two times this season that the Jaguars were favorites by four points or more and still won
  • The over has been hit in two of Jacksonville’s five games this year, or 40% of the time
  • As a 4-point favorite or more, Jacksonville is 0-1 ATS in home games this year
  • The Jaguars and their opponents have scored an average of 45.5 points per game at home this season, which is the same as the over/under for this game
  • This season, Jacksonville has won two of the three games it was a moneyline favorite (66.7%)
  • This season, the Jaguars have only been a moneyline favorite of -198 or less in two games, and they split both of them

Jacksonville’s Stats & Performance

Stat Average (Total) Rank
Pass yards 239 (1,195) 11
Rush yards 119.2 (596) 15
Points scored 21 (105) 20
Pass yards against 262.4 (1,312) 27
Rush yards against 81.6 (408) 5
Points allowed 20.4 (102) 12

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