- The Buffalo Bills are 17-point favorites over the New York Jets.
- The Indianapolis Colts have -105 odds to cover a 16-point spread against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
LAS VEGAS – Week 18 of the NFL season is seeing two major favorites in the Buffalo Bills and Indianapolis Colts. The Bills are going in as 17-point favorites on the New York Jets while the Indianapolis Colts are 15-point favorites over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Can The Bills Hold Off The Jets?
Buffalo Bills Vs. New York Jets Odds
- Buffalo Bills -17 -110
- New York Jets +17 -110
The Buffalo Bills are no strangers to being a two-touchdown favorite at all. This will be the seventh time this season that online sportsbooks give them this wide of a margin to go up against. In their previous six games as a two-touchdown or more favorite, they have gone 3-2-1 against the spread.
Looking at the New York Jets though, they have faced a spread of two or more touchdowns once this season which came in Week 17 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They were able to cover the 14.5-point underdog spread. In games where they were a double-digit underdog this season, they went 3-3 ATS.
With that, the public has been all over the Jets early on with 93% of bets on them to cover.
Colts Win Streak On The Line As 16-Points Favorite
Indianapolis Colts Vs. Jacksonville Jaguars Odds
- Indianapolis Colts -105
- Jacksonville Jaguars -115
This will be just the second time this season where the Colts NFL odds are a two-touchdown or more favorite this season and the second time against the Jaguars as well. However, the Jaguars did cover the spread in their last meeting.
Since 2002, the Colts have been favored by two or touchdowns 15 times and have gone 7-8 against the spread. One thing to keep note of though is that in the three games that the Jaguars have been a two-touchdown underdog this season, they have gone 1-2 ATS. With that, the Colts have taken 62% of bets to cover the spread.
The Colts have also never lost a game when going in as a 14-point favorite or more.
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