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St. Louis Rams vs. Indianapolis Colts Week 10 Betting Predictions & Preview

Rams vs Colts NFL Handicapping

The Indianapolis Colts are flying high after a fourth quarter comeback win against the rival Texans, while the St. Louis Rams weren’t able to hold off the Tennessee Titans in a tightly contested thriller.

St. Louis Rams (3-6) at Indianapolis Colts (6-2)
Date: Sunday, November 10, 2013
Time: 1:00 PM ET
Venue: Lucas Oil Stadium
City: Indianapolis, Indiana
O/U Odds: 44
Spread: Indianapolis -9.5

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The Colts look to move to 7-2 in this one as they run away with the AFC South, while the Rams are just looking to get back to a respectable level.

That late win for the Colts couldn’t have come at a better time as they basically KO’ed a Texans team that had everyone had picked to win that division.


Indianapolis came away with a 27-24 win after trailing 21-3. The team’s defense was caught completely off guard by what the Texans brought to the table. Houston quarterback Case Keenum did what he wanted in the first half, and what he wanted to do was throw the ball all over the field. Keenum threw three touchdown passes to Andre Johnson in the game, including strikes from 62 and 41 yards out. The Texans quarterback threw for over 300 yards in the game, with better than 200 of them going to Johnson. The Colts defense performed worse than the final score indicates, as Texans kicker Randy Bullock missed three field goal attempts. The Texans racked up 483 yards of offense in total.
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Things completely reversed course in the second half of the game. Andrew Luck and the Colts offense got on track, largely due to an increased role for receiver T.Y. Hilton. Luck connected with Hilton for three passing scores in the final 15:05 of the game, including the go-ahead strike with 4:00 to play.

St. Louis had a star of their own emerge in their last game, although running back Zac Stacy’s effort wasn’t enough to get the Rams a win, as the Titans took the game, 28-21. Stacy carried the ball 27 times and gained 127 yards with a pair of rushing scores, adding six receptions for 51 yards. Quarterback Kellen Clemens has been better than expected in relief of injured Sam Bradford. He completed 20 of 35 passes for 210 yards and a touchdown without an interception against Tennessee.

The Ram defense had a ton of trouble with the Titans’ rushing attack, as Tennessee churned out 198 yards on 35 carries for an average of 5.7 yards per tote, with four rushing scores. The Rams had a little more success defending the pass, sacking Jake Locker four times and picking him off twice.

As much winning as the Colts have done during Andrew Luck’s tenure with the team, they haven’t run away with many games. Fourth quarter comebacks have been the norm for the team, and while St. Louis is surely the inferior team, Zac Stacy could run wild against a porous Indianapolis defense. A letdown could be in order for the Colts after Sunday night’s emotional comeback win.

The play: St. Louis +9.5


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