NFL Week 7 features the Tennessee Titans and the Indianapolis Colts. These teams matched up in Week 4, with the Titans coming out on top 24-17 on the road. Today’s matchup will be in Tennessee, so we’ll see if the home side can notch their fifth consecutive win over their AFC South rivals.
There are plenty of bets being offered for his game, meaning there are plenty of possible parlays. Below, we’ll go through the best same-game parlay to place, courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.
Indianapolis Colts vs. Tennessee Titans Match Details
Fixture: Indianapolis Colts @ Tennessee Titans
Date & Time: Sunday, October 23, 1:00 p.m. EDT
Venue: Nissan Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee
NFL Parlay Leg #1: Titans First Half Over 12.5 Points
The Titans have scored almost all of their points before halftime this year, which is a trend that should hold true this afternoon. Tennessee averages just 19.2 points per game, but they average 16.4 first-half points. RB Derrick Henry is a workhorse and puts a lot of pressure on opposing defenses. Even though the Colts’ defense has done a decent job limiting points overall, they’re averaging 14.2 first-half points allowed this season. Expect Henry and the Titans’ offense to put up 13 through two quarters, given the fact that when they played Indianapolis several weeks ago, they had 24 before the break.
NFL Parlay Leg #2: Titans First Half ML
The Colts have been notoriously slow starters this year, and with star running back Jonathan Taylor back, this could change. Still, even though Taylor’s presence will be welcomed, Indy finds themselves trying to come from behind pretty often. The Colts average a measly 6.5 first-half points, and they trail by an average of 7.7. The Titans are the complete opposite, and with the game in Tennessee, expect the hosts to lead by the end of the first half.
NFL Parlay Leg #3: Jonathan Taylor 7+ Receiving Yards
Jonathan Taylor hasn’t played since facing the Titans in Week 4, but the Colts will utilize him like they always do. Taylor is known for being one of the best running backs in the league, but his pass-catching ability still comes in to play from time to time. Taylor averages four targets and 11 receiving yards per game, but last year he tallied over 21 yards per game on average. Expect him to reach seven receiving yards today in his return facing a Titans defense that allows the most passing yards in the league.