NFL Picks: Week 13 Colts vs Titans



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The NFL Sunday action heats up as the Indianapolis Colts, now boasting a 6-5 record, travel to Nissan Stadium to challenge the Tennessee Titans, who stand at 4-7. Fresh off their dramatic victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Colts are looking to solidify their above-.500 status. Meanwhile, the Titans, coming off a win against the struggling Panthers, aim to improve their season’s trajectory.



Spread: Colts -1 (-110), Titans +1 (-110) 

Moneyline: Colts -120, Titans +100 

Total: O 43 (-110), U 43 (-110) 


Indianapolis Colts

NFL Team Indianapolis ColtsThe Colts have had a season marked by average performances on both sides of the ball. They’re managing to score an average of 24.5 points per game, closely matched by the 24.4 points they allow. Their passing game, contributing 220.0 yards per game, has been their primary offensive force, along with a decent rushing game that averages 121.4 yards and has secured 16 touchdowns.

Their recent victory against the Buccaneers showcased their potential, with quarterback Gardner Minshew throwing for 251 yards and Jonathan Taylor dominating the ground game with 91 yards and two touchdowns. Michael Pittman also made a significant impact with 10 catches for 107 yards. The Colts defense has shown prowess, especially in sacking the quarterback, indicating a strong defensive strategy that could be crucial in their upcoming game.


Tennessee Titans

NFL Team Tennessee TitansThe Titans, though facing challenges in their offensive play, have relied on a relatively solid defense this season. Scoring an average of just 16.8 points per game and allowing 20.4 points, the Titans have struggled to find the end zone, particularly through the air. Their rushing game, while not outstanding, has been more productive than their passing, averaging 102.7 yards per game with eight touchdowns to its credit.

In their victory over the Panthers, the Titans led comfortably at halftime but couldn’t add to their score in the second half. Quarterback Will Levis managed 185 yards, with key contributions from DeAndre Hopkins and Derrick Henry, who rushed for 76 yards and scored two touchdowns.



The Colts, despite their struggles with third-down conversions, have shown a knack for scoring, especially in recent games. The Titans, on the other hand, have not been able to score more than 17 points in their last four games, which might be a significant disadvantage against the Colts’ offense. Expect the Colts to leverage their balanced attack and strong defensive play to secure a close, potentially nail-biting win on the road against the Titans which will favor them in BUSR’s NFL Odds.