Colts open Week 4 as 2.5-point underdogs to Dolphins

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The Indianapolis Colts are likely going to have to win a game before they are considered favorites for a game this season.

Entering the Week 4 matchup against the Miami Dolphins (1-2), the Colts are still looking for their first win of the season but Vegas has their odds slightly in the favor of the home team for this bout, per Tipico Sportsbook.

Spread

Moneyline

Total Points

Indianapolis Colts (0-3)

+2.5

+110

U 42.5
-103

Miami Dolphins (1-2)

-2.5

-135

O 42.5
-117

This will be an interesting matchup for the Colts. They have several starters dealing with injuries and we probably won’t have a feel for their status until the injury report comes out on Friday.

Quarterback Carson Wentz is expected to play through two ankle sprains for the second week in a row while practicing in a limited fashion. Left guard Quenton Nelson is dealing with a high-ankle sprain and it isn’t clear if he will be ready to go for the game.

Indy will be lining up against a familiar face as quarterback Jacoby Brissett is expected to start the game on Sunday. Brissett, who spent four seasons with the Colts, will replace starter Tua Tagovailoa, who is on the injured reserve list due to fractured ribs.

The season is far from over, but the early odds suggest that the favor lies in the hands of the Colts starting the season 0-4.

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