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Indianapolis Colts vs. Baltimore Ravens point spread and odds

 Without doubt, one of the most popular football games this weekend will be the match-up between the Indianapolis Colts and the Baltimore Ravens, below you will see the latest point spread and betting odds on this Sunday NFL game. In the early afternoon on Sunday the Indianapolis Colts (9-0), one of the only two unbeaten teams in the league this season, will travel to M&T Bank Stadium to face off the Baltimore Ravens (5-4). A victory on Sunday will pretty much guarantee a spot for the Colts in the playoffs, although at this point only a miracle could take away the berth from Indianapolis, who banked last week on a bad call by the Patriots to remain unbeaten and atop the AFC South standings. Things are far from this perfect at Baltimore, where the Ravens got a small boost from beating the Browns on the road, but the Colts are miles ahead of Cleveland and Baltimore fans will get their money's worth tomorrow.

 And even though the Ravens are a good home team, we were surprised to see the current odds and spread posted at our favorite online sportsbook, Bookmaker. Considering the Colts' current record and performance, plus the fact that Indianapolis has won five in a row against the Ravens, the betting odds at Bookmaker have the Colts at just -125 favorite and the Ravens are barely an underdog with odds +105 on a win this Sunday. The Indianapolis Colts vs. Baltimore Ravens point spread is currently posted at just -1.5 points chalk the Colts with the total at 44 points. This small point spread on the Colts Ravens game is bound to attract plenty of action tomorrow on both sides of the fence. Again, keep in mind that Indianapolis is 5-0 against the spread in its last 5 games when playing Baltimore, although the Ravens are 4-1 against the spread in their last 5 games at home and the total has gone OVER in 5 of Baltimore's last 7 games when playing at home against Indianapolis.

 Injuries are only to be expected at this point of the NFL season. At Indianapolis cornerbacks Aaron Francisco and Kelvin Hayden are out for the game against Baltimore, along with wide receiver Anthony Gonzalez, while cornerback Antoine Bethea, defensive tackle Eric Foster and wide receiver Dwight Freeney remain questionable for the Sunday game. At Baltimore running back Matt Lawrence and linebacker Terrell Suggs are both officially out for the game against Indianapolis with knee injuries and tight end Todd Heap and defensive tackle Haloti Ngata remain questionable. The rest of the injuries, including QB Joe Flacco, were all upgraded to probable for the Colts Ravens game.

 Published on 11/21/2009

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