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One of the most storied franchises in all of NFL history is the Baltimore/Indianapolis Colts. Once dominant in the NFL pre-merger, the Colts have since moved across a timezone and have occasionally found Unitas-like magic at quarterback again. And as long as the team stays in a usually pretty weak AFC South, they’ll be worth betting through the regular season and even beyond…

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Most believe the answer here is based in Super Bowl III, widely known as the greatest NFL upset of all-time. And with their 16-7 win SU against an 18-point spread, the New York Jets became – and have remained – the biggest underdog to win ATS in the Super Bowl.

The biggest Super Bowl favorites to date, however, were the San Francisco 49ers of Super Bowl XXIX. Going in as 19-point favorites, the 49ers made apparent that they’d be covering the 19-point spread easily, and won the game SU over the San Diego Chargers, 49-26.

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Colts vs. Cowboys: NFL Sunday Night Football Player Prop Bet Odds, Picks & Predictions (Week 13)

Colts vs. Cowboys: NFL Sunday Night Football Player Prop Bet Odds, Picks & Predictions (Week 13)

The consensus projections from several sources and the prop bet odds from the sportsbooks give you the best picks for this week's NFL prop bets.

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Indianapolis Colts remain massive 10-point underdogs to Dallas Cowboys

Indianapolis Colts remain massive 10-point underdogs to Dallas Cowboys

The Indianapolis Colts are 10-point underdogs to Dallas Cowboys. The Colts have one of the worst offenses in the NFL and the Cowboys are one the hottest teams in league right now. Trevon Diggs and Michael Gallup are sick and they haven't practiced. All but three of Colts' games this season have been decided by one possession. The Cowboys remain one-of-the-most complete team in NFL.

Dec 02coltswire.usatoday.com
Defense is the Biggest Key to a Dallas Cowboys Win vs. the Colts

Defense is the Biggest Key to a Dallas Cowboys Win vs. the Colts

Dallas Cowboys are coming off a Thanksgiving win against the New York Giants. The Cowboys defense is the key for the Cowboys against Indianapolis Colts.

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3 keys to victory for the Cowboys vs Colts in Week 13

3 keys to victory for the Cowboys vs Colts in Week 13

Dallas Cowboys play their first game against the AFC South this Sunday night. They are looking to extend their winning streak to three games. The Colts have already won a game and played down to the wire against Philadelphia Eagles. Here are the keys to making sure the Cowboys are victorious.   The Cowboys have doubled their points scored in the second half compared to in first half in 2022 season.

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Indianapolis Colts Game Schedule 2022: (30 games)

Saturday, 21 Aug: Indianapolis Colts vs Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium

Friday, 27 Aug: Indianapolis Colts vs Detroit Lions at Ford Field

Monday, 11 Oct: Indianapolis Colts vs Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium

Sunday, 24 Oct: Indianapolis Colts vs San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium

Thursday, 04 Nov: New York Jets vs Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium

Sunday, 21 Nov: Indianapolis Colts vs Buffalo Bills at Highmark Stadium

Saturday, 25 Dec: Indianapolis Colts vs Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium

Sunday, 02 Jan: Las Vegas Raiders vs Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium

Sunday, 15 Aug: Carolina Panthers vs Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium

Sunday, 12 Sep: Seattle Seahawks vs Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium

Sunday, 19 Sep: Los Angeles Rams vs Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium

Sunday, 03 Oct: Indianapolis Colts vs Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium

Sunday, 17 Oct: Houston Texans vs Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium

Sunday, 28 Nov: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium

Sunday, 19 Dec: New England Patriots vs Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium

Sunday, 11 Sep: Indianapolis Colts vs Houston Texans at NRG Stadium

Sunday, 18 Sep: Indianapolis Colts vs Jacksonville Jaguars at TIAA Bank Field

Sunday, 25 Sep: Kansas City Chiefs vs Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium

Sunday, 02 Oct: Tennessee Titans vs Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium

Thursday, 06 Oct: Indianapolis Colts vs Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High

Sunday, 16 Oct: Jacksonville Jaguars vs Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium

Saturday, 22 Oct: Indianapolis Colts vs Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium

Sunday, 30 Oct: Washington Football Team vs Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium

Sunday, 06 Nov: Indianapolis Colts vs New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium

Sunday, 13 Nov: Indianapolis Colts vs Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium

Sunday, 20 Nov: Philadelphia Eagles vs Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium

Monday, 28 Nov: Pittsburgh Steelers vs Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium

Sunday, 04 Dec: Indianapolis Colts vs Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium

Monday, 26 Dec: Los Angeles Chargers vs Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium

Sunday, 01 Jan: Indianapolis Colts vs New York Giants at MetLife Stadium

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The origin of the Colts is set in Baltimore, but before the Baltimore NFL Colts were the Baltimore Colts of the All-American Football Conference (AAFC). This team began the now-longstanding Colts tradition of starting Hall of Fame franchise quarterbacks as rookies, putting Y.A. Tittle at the helm for the team’s second season of 1948. Unfortunately, the AAFC Colts were not exactly packed with Hall of Fame talent to put around Title and ultimately went a cumulative 10-29-1 from the 1947 through ’49 seasons.

The Colts were one of three AAFC teams to jump to the NFL for the 1950 season along with the Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers. More of the same followed for the Colts, who went just 1-11 and folded after the season.

Thanks to the outstanding fan turnout shown the terrible Baltimore sides of the 40s, however, the Colts were reborn as an NFL team in 1953, and the hiring of head coach Weeb Ewbank in ’54 turned the Colts into a perpetual contender. By ’58, the Colts offense was manned by Johnny Unitas and included Alan Ameche, Lenny Moore and Raymond Berry. This team was the winner of the legendary Championship Game of 1958, seen by most sports historians as that with which the NFL captured American’s hearts forever and by many as the greatest game ever played (yes, still).

By the time of the AFL-NFL merger, Don Shula was head coach and he’d lead the team to a half-dozen winning seasons plus one Super Bowl appearance. This was the infamous Super Bowl III, in which the suddenly helpless powerhouse Colts were reduced to helplessness at the hands of a New York Jets team coached by … Weeb Ewbank. Further irony: The year after Shula left Baltimore, the Colts would take the Lombardi Trophy by defeating the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl V.

Following Super Bowl V, however, the Colts saw little more than lean times and losing seasons well below the .500 mark. From the ’Bowl win over the Cowboys through the 1983 season, the Colts had just four winning seasons and a playoff mark of 0-3 SU/ATS (all all three games as underdogs).

Once again were the football fans of Baltimore getting cheaped out by ownership, in this case Jim irsay. Irsay rarely shelled out star-level salaries to any players, yet by the mid-80s was demanding a new stadium via taxpayer funds. With city and state officials going so far as to threaten legal action, Irsay perpetrated the legendary “Midnight Run” move in which he had two tractor-trailers loaded up with as much Colts infrastructure as they could carry drive to the new digs in Indianapolis.

The history of the Colts in the post-Baltimore era is centered on the team which began to take shape in the late 1990s under Jim “Playoffs?!?!?” Mora and blossomed with head coach Tony Dungy. The no. 1 overall pick of the 1998 NFL draft, one Peyton Manning, was installed at QB and Dungy in particular put together perhaps the greatest offensive line of all-time, anchored at center by Jeff Saturday, a top-10 all-timer at the position.

In 13 years as a starter, Manning led the Colts into the playoffs 11 times and into the Super Bowl twice. The Colts’ total record in the postseason in that period was 9-10 SU/ATS – and an even 8-8 SU/ATS in playoff games not involving the New England Patriots.

Due to a major injury to Manning, the Colts thoroughly tanked in 2011 to go 2-14 SU (6-10 ATS) and essentially reset to 1998, taking top college QB Andrew Luck with the no. 1 overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. Luck was instantly plugged in and Indianapolis was able to look at ’11 as a speedbump. The Colts went 33-15 SU/28-18-2 ATS from 2012 through ’14, with a 3-3 SU/ATS – but an excellent 3-1 SU/ATS in playoff games not involving the New England Patriots. After missing all of the 2017 season, Luck stunningly retired at the age of 29 after the ’18 season and a playoff exit to the Kansas City Chiefs.

How bettable are the Colts post-Luck? NFL bettors should probably wait for some stability at quarterback – after all, this team started four different quarterbacks on week 1 in the four seasons since Luck left. 

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Summary

Once upon a time – before 1970 and the AFL-NFL merger – the Baltimore Colts were one of the most dominant teams in football. Episode 2 of the franchise’s history was set in Indianapolis; with a few quality head coaches, a great OL and superstar quarterbacks, the team established a winning tradition that got the Colts into 13 postseasons in 16 years and a bettor’s favorite. Going forward, this team may be worth the bets, but maybe they’ll relocate again first…