Uncertainty surrounds Sunday night Football, making the hunt for the best Colts Chiefs prop bets a demanding task.
- T.Y Hilton is questionable but expected to play.
- Marlon Mack is questionable.
- Damien Williams is questionable but expected to play.
The status of these players has a trickle-down effect on both offenses, and unfortunately, that meant most of the lines were released quite late in the day. So tonight we bring you an abbreviated analysis of a few of our favorite prop plays on this matchup.
Here’s a quick recap of year-to-date results for our subscriber prop picks:
- Week 1: 15-9 (63%), +4.37 Units
- Week 2: 15-7 (68%), +6.62
- Week 3: 16-8 (67%), +8.03
- Week 4: 14-10 (58%), +3.12
- YTD: 60-34 (63.8%), +22.14 Units
Colts QB Jacoby Brissette
Under 20.5 Rushing Yards (-135)
With a 40-yard dash time of 4.94, the Colts QB is not exactly the second coming of Michael Vick.
Curiously, he was still used as a runner in his two years as a starter at North Carolina State, averaging 10.1 rush attempts per game over his final two years. It's hard to stay why they were so steadfast in sticking with it, though, as Brissette averaged 4.3 yards per carry in 2014 and 2.7 in his final year for a career average of 3.2 YPC.
He's been a bit better as a pro, averaging 19.2 yards per game on 4.2 yards per carry.
While he's had some outbursts on the ground, most notably 48 yards back in 2016, he's gone for 19 rushing yards or less in 15 of 22 starts (68%), including three of four this year while averaging 14.3 yards.
QB rushing yards are notoriously high in variance, but the under on this number will show a profit in the longterm.
Chiefs WR Demarcus Robinson
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