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Bet $20 On The Colts v. The Cardinals And Get $150 Regardless Of The Outcome

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA - DECEMBER 18: Jonathan Taylor #28 of the Indianapolis Colts celebrates his touchdown with teammates during the fourth quarter against the New England Patriots at Lucas Oil Stadium on December 18, 2021 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images)

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  4. Finally, place a $20 on any spread, Moneyline, or total on this game and get $150 back… win or lose.

My Take:

This game has all the ebbs and flows of a movie where a high school bully falls from grace, and the kid with glasses gets nominated prom queen after saving the school from a fire or something. The Cardinals started the season 8-1. At one point, they beat the Rams so bad that the sports media treated Sean McVay like he was Hue Jackson- remember that guy? On the other hand, the Colts have been doubted all year, yet they find themselves 5-1 in their last six games. Jonathan Taylor is running through defenses like Pete Davidson is running through Hollywood hottest elites, and their defense is getting hot at the right time.
Conversely, the Cardinals just gave up north of thirty points to the Lions. This year, a mid-level Pewee Texas football team could hold the Lions to twenty points. Vegas like the Cardinals by three, but I’m going with the Colts on this one. I’ve watched enough J.R. Smith in my lifetime to know that you never bet against the hot hand. As long as Carson Wentz is limited to somewhere between 20-25 passes, it’s going to be an incredible Christmas in Indy.

Thankfully, no matter who you choose to bet on you will still win $150!

What do you think?

Written by Bobby D'Angelo

TFM middle school penis game champion. Rutgers student.

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