The Indianapolis Colts were ahead of schedule. They showed up in the playoffs last season and even won a game when they supposed to be in deep reconstruction.
The Colts were one of the most surprising teams in the AFC South during the 2018 season, earning a wildcard spot after posting a 10-6 record.
Plans Fall Apart With Unexpected Retirement
Indy ended up winning ten games despite starting the season with a not so encouraging 1-5 mark.
A year later, all the big plans fell apart when QB Andrew Luck decided to retire a week before the start of the 2019 season.
The Colts are now last to win the AFC South at +500. Before the announcement Indy was listed +120.
Houston is now the favorite at +110, followed by Jacksonville +250 and Tennessee +350.
Colts 2019 Season Win Totals Prediction and Betting Odds
|Indianapolis Colts– Total Regular Season Wins Odds
|Over 7.5 (+100)
|Under 7.5 (-130)
|Bet On The Indianapolis Colts Season Win Totals At MyBookie Sportsbook
After the Luck news, the Colts are listed at 7.5 wins by MyBookie.ag at the win totals betting odds.
To bet the Over the juice is currently at +100 and the Under is at -130.
Without Andrew Luck, the Colts are not a playoffs team.
Indianapolis won’t become one of the worst teams in 2019, but they don’t have a shot at winning the AFC South now.
Indianapolis Colts 2019 Roster Changes
The Colts had a lot of cap space to use during the offseason and decided to spend it wisely.
The front office added veteran DE Justin Houston, who spent most of his years with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Signed Chiefs’ Weapon
They also signed another Chiefs’ weapon in RB Spencer Ware, who is known as a reliable second-back.
Perhaps the most head-scratching move was adding ex Panthers WR Devin Funchess for one year in exchange for $13 Million.
With Andrew Luck now as an afterthought, Jacoby Brissett will command the offense.
Brissett got his chance two years ago when Luck was injured, but now things have changed. He has been in Frank Reich’s system for over a year and knows his teammates well enough to be better than in 2017.
Indianapolis Colts 2019 NFL Draft
Over the past few years, the Colts have built around the NFL draft, and they aimed for good results once again in 2019.
The team traded their first round to the Washington Redskins, and that allowed them to have three second-round picks.
Used Draft To Strengthen Defence
They used them to select two defensive players, including CB Rock Ya-Sin from Temple. He’s expected to have an immediate contribution in the secondary.
Overall, they selected seven defensive players and three from the offensive side.
Watch out for WR Parris Campbell who is a speedster outside the numbers.
2019 Indianapolis Colts Schedule Analysis
Indianapolis will start the season with two road games. First against the LA Chargers and then against the Tennessee Titans.
In the first two-and-a-half months of the season, the Colts will play six of their first nine games at home.
The team has scheduled the AFC West and the NFC South as opponents this year. They will also get to play the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Miami Dolphins as their other two rivals outside the division.
Three Primetime Games On The Road
The NFL gave the Colts three primetime games during 2019, and they are all on the road.
Indy will play in Kansas City, the place where they got eliminated last season in week five.
Then in week 12, they face a divisional matchup in Houston.
Their last national televised game will be in New Orleans against the Saints in week 15 on Monday Night.
Indianapolis Colts 2019 Game Schedule
|Vikings Weekly Matches
|IND @ LAC
|IND @ TEN
|ATL @ IND
|OAK @ IND
|IND @ KC
|HOU @ IND
|DEN @ IND
|IND @ PIT
|MIA @ IND
|JAX @ IND
|IND @ HOU
|TEN @ IND
|IND @ TB
|IND @ NO
|CAR @ IND
|IND @ JAX
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