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Game analysis:

It’s a battle between first and last in the AFC South and… funny story… they’re both 2-2. The Titans of Tennessee travel to lovely Indianapolis to play the Colts in what should prove to be an electric divisional matchup. Here is what you, dear reader, should know to make the most out of this sweet offer our partner sportsbook has for you.

Man has Anthony Richardson looked good to start his NFL career. He is an obvious leader and his team loves him, but there are already health concerns swirling. Minshew has looked like a serviceable backup, and it is always a pleasure when his luscious locks and glorious mustache grace my television. He makes me want to be a better man. Michael Pittman Jr. is the standout wide receiver for this team, and aside from him, the pass-catching weapons on this offense are a little limited. Josh Downs has had some flashes as has Alec Pierce, but I think AR might need some more weapons. Zack Moss has really stepped up in the absence of JT, but Taylor is eligible for return this week and could prove to be a much-needed spark to this offense. Richardson has been alright through the air but as we knew coming into this season he is a huge running threat. This has continued through to the NFL as in just 23 rushing attempts Richardson has amassed 131 yards on the ground and FOUR TOUCHDOWNS. He’s only really played in 2.5 games! The defense has been pretty lackluster, but will the offensive advantage the Colts have prove to be enough for them to defend their home turf and potentially hold on to that divisional lead?

Honestly, this could go either way. The Titans have already had a tumultuous season, losing to the Saints and Browns who are both solid teams. The upswing comes from their victory against a good Chargers team, and last weekend they dominated the struggling Bengals in an embarrassing game for Cincinnati. Tannehill has really struggled throwing four picks and only two touchdowns so far this year, but Derrick Henry has been able to pick up some of that slack already rushing for 285 yards with several scores mixed in as well (including a passing touchdown). While the Colts might have a slight advantage on offense, the Titans are definitely a better defensive team, letting up almost 100 yards less to their opponents and a hair under 7 points less as well. Denico Autry and Jeffery Simmons have been terrorizing quarterbacks, combining for 6.5 sacks through 4 games. The team is also averaging a forced fumble a game which is always nice to know your defense can force a turnover.

I can honestly see this game going either way, but I do lean toward the Titans winning as they are favorites despite being on the road. That being said, bet on either team and secure your bonus bets with this sweet offer!

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