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

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA - AUGUST 15: Sam Ehlinger #4 of the Indianapolis Colts on the field in the preseason game against the Carolina Panthers at Lucas Oil Stadium on August 15, 2021 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images)

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Here’s the deal:

  1. Sign up for PointsBet by clicking here
  2. Select your state.
  3. Deposit $20 or more into your account
  4. Finally, place a $20 on any spread, Moneyline, or total on the Colts vs Raiders and get $150 back… win or lose.

My Take:

If you didn’t take the Colts at -7.5, boy, are you in luck. I don’t understand how the line has dipped this far when, in all honesty, Carson Wentz hasn’t been the guy determining whether or not this team wins. This year, the Colts are undefeated with Jonathan Taylor rushes for at least one hundred yards. And look, Wentz has been good – nothing to write home about, but he’s done what he’s needed to do for their play-action heavy passing offense to thrive since October. I know that it came out that the Colts called Philip Rivers, which is an insane move. Based on his performance during his last two playing seasons, the only team that should be calling Phil Rivers is the team over at the sperm depository, but people are writing off Sam Ehlinger far too quickly for my liking. I watched Ehlinger play a lot in the Big 12, and he might not be the next face of the Colts’ franchise; however, he can ABSOLUTELY do the bare minimum while Jonathan Taylor moves the chains on Sunday. This game is going to be a great one. The Raiders are fighting for the Wild Card, and the Colts still have a fighting chance at the AFC South. It may not be the prettiest win, but I think the Colts get the job done by a touchdown at home.

Regardless of who wins, claim your $150 by simply placing a $20 bet on this game.

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