Week 10 of the NFL season kicks off with a matchup between the Indianapolis Colts and Tennessee Titans. The two teams sit atop the AFC South – Colts: 5-3, Titans: 6-2 – and it’ll be the first of two contests between them in a span of 17 days. Perhaps, the difference in this game could be where it is being played, as Tennessee has a stellar 4-1 record at Nissan Stadium this season.
In this article, I will evaluate the best value in the player prop wagers. As usual, the odds in this article come to us from Bet365 NJ. Also don’t forget, you can get up to $100 free bets credits with my bonus code SIDES.
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Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans
Thursday, Nov. 12, 2020 | Watch: NFL Network
Nissan Stadium – Nashville, TN
|IND||Spread: +2||Moneyline: +115|
|TEN||Spread: -2||Moneyline: -125|
Philip Rivers – Over 36.5 Passing Attempts (-110)
If you know me at all, then you know how I feel about Rivers – he should have hung it up before last season started. However, he does have a fantastic matchup against a Titans team that ranks 24th in DVOA against the pass and 27th in passing yards allowed per game (275).
With all of that being said, I don’t necessarily think Rivers will be all that successful – but he’ll certainly try. The Titans are getting the second-most passing attempts per game (40.9) against them this season. Rivers has only eclipsed the 36.5-attempt mark three times in 2020, but two of them have come in the last three games.
Corey Davis – Over 4.5 Receptions (+125) + Over 50.5 Receiving Yards (-120)
When looking at WR production against the Colts this season, it really hasn’t been the No. 1 guy doing most of the damage. Instead, it has been the No. 2s and No. 3s getting busy. Well, the Titans have a very capable player in Davis that can be of service.
Davis actually went 0-for in Sunday’s game against the Bears but there wasn’t a whole lot of passing success that day. In total, Tannehill went 10-for-21 with 158 yards and two TDs. Prior to that last game, Davis was having himself a fantastic bounce-back season after many people wondering if he was in fact a bust. Look for him to capitalize on a big performance for the Thursday night crowd in this one.
Nyheim Hines – Anytime Touchdown (+225)
Not like it’s all that surprising, but the Titans have allowed four receiving TDs to RBs this season. Hines has been given an increased workload this season, with 28 catches on 35 targets for 220 yards and three TDs.
In fact, Hines just had two TDs against the Lions two weeks ago. That was a similarly beneficial matchup to the one he’ll see on Thursday.