The Titans look to snap an 11-game losing streak against the Colts in this week's Monday Night Football feature. This has been a five-year sweep by the Colts, but this could be the year that Tennessee actually has a good shot at beating the struggling Indianapolis team.
The biggest question on everyone's mind tonight is, what will be the availability of Titans' QB Marcus Mariota? He is still officially listed as questionable after suffering a hamstring injury. He should still be able to start tonight's game, but just how mobile will he be in light of his injury? If things prove to be too rough for Mariota, Matt Cassell will get the go ahead. Last week, Cassell lost a tough one to the Dolphins, 16-10, so Titans fans will be
The Colts are also suffering their fair share of injuries, but Jacoby Brissett is still planning to control the offense. Andrew Luck has not seen the field all year. The Colts have not been playing good football lately. They are in the last place in the AFC South at 2-3, but the Titans are also 2-3 in that division, so it should be a very evenly matched game.
NFL Monday Night Betting Markets
There are some incredibly competitive odds ahead of tonight's game with the biggest sportsbooks going head-to-head. At 888 Sport, the Titans are favorites to win at 1.27, while the Colts come in behind the action at 3.95. In comparison, At Betfair Sports, the odds are even bigger with the Titans at 1.22 and the Colts at 4.10. The action is even bigger with the possibility of lucrative cash through live in play betting markets.
Bettors seeking to cover the spread can do so with the point spread odds available at both of the aforementioned sportsbooks. Don't miss out on the game, as the end of Week 6 should be massive.