Indianapolis Colts Super Bowl Odds 2023

The current Super Bowl Odds for the Indianapolis Colts are . Having just narrowly missed the 2021 NFL postseason last year, the Colts are shaping up to have even better success in the 2022 season. The Colts have made some changes to their roster, including a QB switch that may improve the team’s offensive power. Last year, the Colts had Carson Wentz as their starting QB, and their 2021 Super Bowl Odds stood at +2500. This year, the Indianapolis Colts Super Bowl Odds have increased to +2200 after the team acquired Matt Ryan. The Colts still have the unstoppable Jonathan Taylor on their roster, which will keep them a considerable rush threat against any team, and with the draft coming up, this team is focusing on improving the passing game.

Indianapolis Colts Super Bowl Odds & Futures 2022-2023

After picking up Matt Ryan and Stephon Gilmore in the offseason, the Colts appear set to make a run at an AFC South crown. With Johnathan Taylor reaching his peak and this receiving core having another year together, it’s not a wonder that they are the favorites over the Titans.

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Indianapolis Colts Super Bowl Odds Analysis

The offense for the Colts has disappointed a ton this year. Frank Reich was fired because of how inept and inconsistent the offense has been. Matt Ryan has been very underwhelming this year and it seems like his age is catching up to him. Sam Ehlinger also saw some action this year, but he wasn’t ready for the small NFL action he saw during this season. The receivers have been a surprise with how well they’ve been able to perform despite the revolving door at quarterback. Michael Pittman Jr. has been very solid and Parris Campbell has broken out this year too. Jonathan Taylor is also still one of the best running backs in the NFL, but the running game has been inconsistent as a whole. The offensive line for the Colts has been very disappointing this year and has had a big impact on the offense overall. Quenton Nelson is the only standout there. The offense averages 16 points and 345 total yards a game for the year.

The Colts defense has been a bright spot this year. The defensive line is the best area where DeForest Buckner and Grover Stewart standout, but the whole line has played well all year. The linebackers have struggled this year and the main reason is because Shaquille Leonard has been injured and will miss the rest of the season. He’s the heart of that defense and helps any holes that the linebacking corps might have. The run defense has struggled a lot because of it. The secondary has also been very good with Kenny Moore II and Stephon Gilmore standing out the most at cornerback. The defense for the Colts allows 23 points and 330 total yards a game for the year.

The Colts have been a big disappointment this year despite having talent across multiple positions on offense and defense. They have a tough schedule to close the year and will be better served by waiting till next year to try and compete at a high level.

Reasons Why the Colts Can and Can’t Win the Super Bowl

Strengths

  • The rush offense will remain to be one of the strongest in the league
  • Matt Ryan has substantial skills that may be able to be showcased with a new team
  • The Colts play in one of the easiest divisions in the league (AFC South – Titans, Jaguars, Texans)
  • Receiving corps has stepped up big time

Weaknesses

  • Matt Ryan is going to be 37 at the start of the season; people may worry about his abilities as he gets older
  • The Colts may want to pick up another wide receiver to diversify their options downfield
  • Offensive line has lacked consistency
  • Johnathan Taylor has been inconsistent this year
  • Weird interim coaching hire in Jeff Saturday who has no prior experience coaching in the NFL
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