- The Indianapolis Colts opened as 3-point home favorites against the Tennessee Titans for Sunday's Week 11 game (1 p.m. ET, CBS).
- According to The Action Network's public betting data, one-sided money is responsible for moving this point spread off the key number of -3.
After slow starts to the season, the Tennessee Titans and Indianapolis Colts are rounding into form. The Titans are now 5-4 after wins against the Cowboys and Patriots catapulted them right back into contention in the AFC South.
Similarly, the Colts’ 2018-19 campaign looked even more dire following a 1-5 start. Behind a rebuilt offensive line, Andrew Luck has led Indy to three straight victories, setting up a key matchup with Tennessee on Sunday (1 p.m. ET, CBS).
Indianapolis opened as a 3-point home favorite against Tennessee, and steady money has come in on the underdog Titans.
According to The Action Network’s public betting data, 69% of tickets and a heavy 88% of dollars wagered on the spread have come down on the Titans.
With bettors continually hitting Tennessee, oddsmakers have adjusted by dropping the line to +2 at most sportsbooks across the market, and even down to +1.5 at other respected shops.
The question now revolves around whether Colts money is waiting to buy back Indy now that the line is off the key number of -3.
Be sure to download The Action Network’s mobile app to track real-time line moves and public betting data for Sunday’s Titans-Colts matchup, as well as the entire slate of NFL Week 11 games.