Oddsmakers project the Indianapolis Colts (6-5) to put up a fight in their attempt to prolong their three-game winning streak, as they are just 3-point underdogs in a matchup with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-3) on Sunday, November 28, 2021 at Lucas Oil Stadium. The over/under is set at 53.
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Buccaneers and Colts: Last Three Games
- Tampa Bay is 1-2-0 against the spread in its last three games, and has a 1-2 straight-up record in those matchups.
- The Buccaneers and their opponents have hit the over in one of those games.
- The Buccaneers’ past three outings have ended with an average of 49.7 points scored. That’s 3.3 fewer points than this contest’s over/under.
- Indianapolis is 2-1-0 against the spread over its past three games, and has a 3-0 straight-up record in those contests.
- Twice in those three games, the final combined score has gone over the set total.
- The Colts’ past three games have ended with an average of 47.5 points scored. That’s 5.5 fewer points than this contest’s over/under.
Buccaneers and Colts: Betting Trends
- Tampa Bay has put together a record of 4-6-0 against the spread this season.
- The Buccaneers have an ATS record of 4-5 when playing as at least 3-point favorites.
- This season, Tampa Bay’s games have hit the over five times.
- The Buccaneers have won seven of the 10 games they were favored on the moneyline this season (70%).
- Tampa Bay is 7-2 (winning 77.8% of its games) when playing as a moneyline favorite of -160 or shorter.
- The implied moneyline probability for this matchup gives the Buccaneers a 61.5% chance to win.
- Indianapolis has registered a 7-4-0 record against the spread this year.
- In games they have played as 3-point underdogs or more, the Colts have an ATS record of 4-2.
- Indianapolis games have finished with a final combined score above the over/under seven times this year.
- The Colts have won three of the seven games they’ve played as underdogs this season.
- Indianapolis is 2-3 this season when entering a game as the underdog by +136 or more on the moneyline.
- Tampa Bay and its opponents have combined to outscore Sunday’s total (53 points) five times this season.
- In Indianapolis’ 11 games this season, four have finished with more combined scoring than Sunday’s total of 53.
- The point total for the game of 53 is 6.0 points fewer than the combined points per game averages for the Buccaneers (30.9 points per game) and the Colts (28.1 points per game).
- The 44.5 points per game these two teams allow to opponents on average this season are 8.5 fewer than the 53 total in this contest.
- This season the average total for Buccaneers games is 50.5 points, 2.5 fewer than the over/under of 53 points for this contest.
- The over/under for this contest is 6.4 points more than the average over/under in Colts’ games this season (46.6 points).
Buccaneers Players to Watch
- Tom Brady is the second-best fantasy player overall this season and the second-best fantasy quarterback with 234.2 fantasy points (23.4 per game).
- Mike Evans has totaled 128.9 fantasy points this year (12.9 per game), enough to rank him 39th overall and sixth among receivers in league-wide fantasy standings.
- So far this season, Chris Godwin’s 113.1 total fantasy points make him the No. 51 fantasy player and No. 9 receiver. He averages 11.3 fantasy points per game.
- Leonard Fournette’s fantasy season so far has him ranked 59th overall and 16th among running backs with 108.4 points (10.8 per game).
Colts Players to Watch
- So far this season, Jonathan Taylor is the third-best fantasy player overall this season and the best fantasy running back with 232.4 fantasy points (21.1 per game).
- Carson Wentz has put up total 181.2 fantasy points this year (16.5 per game), which make him the 10th-ranked quarterback and the 11th-ranked player overall.
- Michael Pittman Jr. averages 9.6 fantasy points per game on the way to 106.0 total fantasy points. That makes him the 62nd-ranked fantasy player overall and the 15th-ranked receiver.
- Nyheim Hines is the 148th-ranked fantasy player — and the 47th-ranked running back — with 53.8 fantasy points (4.9 per game).