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

There was much speculation and talk about who the Indianapolis Colts were going to pick up as their new starting quarterback after trading Carson Wentz to the Washington Commanders. The two biggest QBs that were very interested in the Colts were Baker Mayfield from the Browns and Matt Ryan from the Falcons. The team ultimately chose to move forward with Ryan since the trade value was significantly better. Matt Ryan will be in his 14th NFL season, and this will be his first season away from his originally drafted team, the Atlanta Falcons. Ryan has racked up nearly 60,000 yards in his career and has been to the playoffs six times. Ryan was stuck in a bad program over the past few years, so maybe a change in scenery will help him grow as a player and help the Colts grow as a program.

The Colts have arguably the best running back in the league, Jonathan Taylor, who was first in rush attempts, rush yards, and rushing touchdowns in the 2021 season. Taylor is an unbeatable running back that kept his team alive last season despite the minimal passing success throughout the season. By bringing Ryan onto the roster, this team appears to be focusing on enhancing their pass options. The Colts re-signed Mo Alie-Cox, their tight end who was limited in receptions last season but may have better success with a new quarterback. The Colts still have their star wide receiver, Michael Pittman Jr, who passed the 1,000 receiving yards mark with Wentz last season. The new combinations with Ryan and his receivers are expected to elevate this team from their play last year and should lead to a powerful pass-rush option.

The Colts appear to be keeping their same defensive strengths from last season. They have re-signed Zaire Franklin (linebacker), which leaves them with the same linebacker lineup as last season. They have also picked up a few cornerbacks and safeties that may add some new value to the team.

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)

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
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