Patriots Colts

Patriots vs Colts Live Free,,The New England Patriots turned things around last week with a big win over the Miami Dolphins after a somewhat tumultuous start to the season. They’ll look to keep the good results coming in a Thursday night matchup where they’ll host the Indianapolis Colts.

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The two teams are longtime rivals, dating back to the days of Peyton Manning and running all the way up to the Colts sparking the whole Deflategate debacle. But now the face-off will focus on Patriots QB Tom Brady and his counterpart on Indianapolis Andrew Luck.

Luck, coming off a shoulder injury that derailed his promising young career, threw for 464 yards and four touchdowns last week in an overtime loss to the Houston Texans. The QB said he was feeling pretty good.

“At times this was the best I’ve felt in a long, long time,” Luck said, according to ESPN. “I don’t want to compare to what’s happened in the past, but there [were] times out there where we were doing some really good stuff. We have to find a way when we start off with a great drive, building on [it].”

Both squads on Thursday could use a win. The Colts sit at 1-3 heading into the Week 5 game while the Patriots—typically one of the best teams in the NFL—are 2-2. New England will be getting a nice boost in the matchup, however, with the return of wide receiver Julian Edelman, who was suspended the first four weeks of the season for violating the league’s performance-enhancing drug policy.

“I think we’ve played so much football together, I really have no doubt where he’s gonna be at, what he’s capable of,” Brady said of Edelman’s return to the team during a press conference. “He’s been a great player for our team and I think everyone’s excited to have him. Anytime you add great players, it’s going to help what we’re doing. We all welcome him back and he’s excited and ready to go. Hopefully he can go out and play great, hopefully we can all go play great, we’re going to need it.”

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Colts Patriots Live Streaming Free,,The New England Patriots turned things around last week with a big win over the Miami Dolphins after a somewhat tumultuous start to the season. They’ll look to keep the good results coming in a Thursday night matchup where they’ll host the Indianapolis Colts.

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The two teams are longtime rivals, dating back to the days of Peyton Manning and running all the way up to the Colts sparking the whole Deflategate debacle. But now the face-off will focus on Patriots QB Tom Brady and his counterpart on Indianapolis Andrew Luck.

Luck, coming off a shoulder injury that derailed his promising young career, threw for 464 yards and four touchdowns last week in an overtime loss to the Houston Texans. The QB said he was feeling pretty good.

“At times this was the best I’ve felt in a long, long time,” Luck said, according to ESPN. “I don’t want to compare to what’s happened in the past, but there [were] times out there where we were doing some really good stuff. We have to find a way when we start off with a great drive, building on [it].”

Both squads on Thursday could use a win. The Colts sit at 1-3 heading into the Week 5 game while the Patriots—typically one of the best teams in the NFL—are 2-2. New England will be getting a nice boost in the matchup, however, with the return of wide receiver Julian Edelman, who was suspended the first four weeks of the season for violating the league’s performance-enhancing drug policy.

“I think we’ve played so much football together, I really have no doubt where he’s gonna be at, what he’s capable of,” Brady said of Edelman’s return to the team during a press conference. “He’s been a great player for our team and I think everyone’s excited to have him. Anytime you add great players, it’s going to help what we’re doing. We all welcome him back and he’s excited and ready to go. Hopefully he can go out and play great, hopefully we can all go play great, we’re going to need it.”

Thursday Night Football

The New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts play tonight in what is expected to be an exciting “Thursday Night Football” game.

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The Patriots, who have won 5 Super Bowls since 2001, started the 2018 NFL season with an underwhelming 1-2 record before soundly beating the Miami Dolphins last Sunday to become a .500 team. If you’re wondering about the betting odds for the Patriots-Colts game tonight, quarterback Tom Brady, coach Bill Belichick, and the Pats are 10-point favorites to defeat the Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts, who are 1-3 this season.

The Colts vs. Patriots kickoff time is 8:20 p.m. ET on Thursday, Oct. 4, at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.

Here is all the info you need to watch the Colts vs. Patriots game for free tonight — on TV, or via live stream.

What Channel Is the Patriots vs. Colts Game On?

Tonight’s “Thursday Night Football” game is being broadcast on TV on both Fox and the NFL Network. The NFL Network is a pay channel, available to subscribers with satellite or cable TV packages with that channel.

To watch the Colts vs. Patriots game for free without cable, simply tune in on your local Fox station. In most of the country, viewers have unlimited, free access to Fox and other over-the-air networks like NBC and CBS by connecting a TV to a digital antenna. You can buy a decent antenna for around $25 and watch unlimited broadcast TV for free — in hi-def no less.

How to Live Stream the Colts vs. Patriots Game for Free

Watching the NFL with an antenna is obviously only a possibility if you have a TV. What if you don’t have a TV or simply prefer to live stream NFL games?

There are multiple options to watch “Thursday Night Football” online for free. Among other possibilities, Amazon Prime subscribers can stream “Thursday Night Football” games for free on Prime Video. A total of 11 “Thursday Night Football” games are available to live stream at Amazon Prime, including tonight’s Patriots vs. Colts game.

You can only stream NFL games on Amazon Prime if you are logged in as a member. A Prime subscription generally costs $119 per year or $12.99 per month after a 30-day free trial period. In addition to live streaming video and music content, Prime subscribers get free two-day shipping on most Amazon purchases.

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Indianapolis Colts vs New England Patriots

The Pats have evened their record at 2-2 after destroying the Dolphins 38-7 Sunday, and are finally getting whole again with the return of wide receiver Julian Edelman, who has not played since 2016. The Colts are coming off a heartbreaking 37-34 overtime loss to the division-rival Texans. Coach Frank Reich’s aggressive decision-making in OT has drawn some criticism this week, but that same aggression is part of the reason he was hired in the first place and should not necessarily be held against him.

Reich will presumably need to be aggressive for the underdog Colts to take out the Pats in New England on Thursday night, especially with his team entering the game incredibly banged-up. Does Indy have what it takes to pull off the upset? We’ll have to wait to find out. In the meantime, here’s what we should be looking out for when the teams take the field at 8:20 p.m. ET on Fox and NFL Network.

This week, the Patriots will be at (sort of) full strength offensively for the first time not just this season, but in nearly two full years. Thursday night’s game against the Colts figures to be the first time that Rob Gronkowski and Julian Edelman have played in the same game since November 2016. Gronk missed the end of the 2016 season with an injury. Edelman missed all of last season with an injury and has been suspended for the first four games of this year as well. There was initially some question about whether Gronkowski would be ready after suffering an injury last Sunday, but the latest reports have him being ready to suit up.

So, that’s a good sign for the Pats. It’s especially good news because prior to last week’s destruction of the Dolphins, New England’s passing game was off to a really poor start. As we wrote last Friday:

Brady was pretty good, but not necessarily great, against Miami, completing 23 of 35 passes for 274 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions. He still failed to connect with Hogan on any meaningful level, but the explosion of New England’s ground game (40 carries, 175 yards, two touchdowns) kept him in good situations all afternoon and he was able to repeatedly find James White (8-68-1), Dorsett (4-55-1), and Gronkowski (4-44), while also turning to Patterson (3-54-1) for a big-play touchdown.

The return of Edelman should mean the return of option-route football and the Patriots’ dynamite short passing game. Edelman has been Brady’s favorite target on quick-breaking routes for years, and their mind-meld allows the Pats to carve up defenses with easy throws that eat up clock, move the sticks, and minimize the risk of Brady himself taking hits in the pocket when he has to hold onto the ball for two long. Defenses then have to commit to shutting down that element of the passing game, freeing up Gronkowski in the seams, White, out of the backfield, and whichever of the other receivers (it’s looking like Dorsett and new acquisition Josh Gordon) man the perimeter.

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Considering the Colts have already allowed 45 catches for 593 yards to players lined up in the slot, per Sports Info Solutions, it’s very easy to see Edelman having a strong impact right away. According to Football Outsiders, the Colts have also struggled against deep passes (28th in DVOA) and passes to the right side of the field (29th), the latter of which has always been Brady’s greatest strength. Both of those signs point to Dorsett making an impact, assuming he remains on the perimeter rather than Hogan, who has failed to make any meaningful impact this year.

Perhaps the more interesting battle in this matchup will be in the run game. The Patriots had almost no success running the football prior to last week’s win over Miami, when Sony Michel racked up 25 carries for 112 yards and a score, and White chipped in with eight carries for 44 yards and another touchdown. Indianapolis, meanwhile, has been surprisingly pretty good containing opposing running backs. The Colts are allowing just 3.9 yards per carry, tied for eighth-best in the NFL. They’ve missed just six tackles in the run game and have been excellent at shutting down runs in the backfield, which they’ve done on an incredible 28 percent of carries, per Football Outsiders. That’s the fourth highest rate in the NFL. The Colts will also be without at least three defenders in this game, though, putting pressure on the remaining players to keep up the strong performance.

So the Colts offense we’ve seen through the first four weeks of the season may not bear much resemblance to the one we’ll see on Thursday night. Star wide receiver T.Y. Hilton will miss the game with an injury, as will tight end Jack Doyle and running back Marlon Mack. Plus, tackle Anthony Castonzo and center Ryan Kelly are both listed as questionable.

In the absence of Hilton, Andrew Luck will be throwing to a crop of receivers who have combined for 168 catches in their respective careers. Ryan Grant has 102 career grabs, while Chester Rogers has 58 and Zach Pascal recorded six of his eight career catches just last week. The inexperience of his perimeter targets and the construction of the New England defense leads one to believe that Luck will once again lean on two of the pass-catchers he’s come to rely on most this season: tight end Eric Ebron and rookie running back Nyheim Hines.

Hilton leads the Colts with 38 targets from Luck this season, while Ebron is second at 30 and Hines is third at 26. New England’s pass defense has been struggling against running backs, yielding 18 catches (on 23 targets) for 163 yards and a touchdown to players who began the play aligned in the backfield and four more grabs for 45 additional yards to running backs who aligned either in the slot or on the perimeter. Hines has taken on increasing prominence in the Colts’ passing game over the past few weeks, and appears to have earned Luck’s trust.

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With Mack out, Jordan Wilkins struggling, and Robert Turbin only returning from suspension this week, it would not be at all surprising if the Colts leaned on short passes to Hines as an extension of their running game, rather than actually attempting to pound the ball against the New England front. (Especially because it’s reasonable to expect the Colts to be trailing for much of this game, necessitating that they throw the ball fairly often.) After all, their run game has been nothing short of atrocious this season. The Colts rank 29th in the NFL in rushing yards and 26th in yards per carry. They’ve had 20 percent of their runs stuffed in the backfield and have broken exactly two runs longer than 15 yards — and one of those two was a 33-yard scramble by Luck.

Luck himself is likely to work the short-to-intermediate game with Hines and Ebron a whole lot because that’s what coach Frank Reich’s offense calls for, but he did finally do some downfield throwing last week against the Texans after spending the first three games in almost exclusively check-down mode. Through the season’s first three games, Luck threw just 12 passes that traveled 15 or more yards in the air, completing five of them for 116 yards and a touchdown. He then threw 12 such passes in Week 4 alone, completing seven for 180 yards. He’s still not necessarily slinging it like the Andrew Luck of old, but being able to push the ball downfield at all is a good sign, especially as it relates to opening up the defense for the underneath passes he and his coach have come to depend on so much.

Rockies vs Brewers

Rockies vs Brewers: Start time, TV channel, lineups, and live stream info for Game 1 of the NLDS By virtue of winning the National League Wild Card Game against the Cubs in Wrigley Field (you remember that, don’t you?), the Rockies have advanced to their first National League Division Series since 2009. They’ll open up that series this afternoon in Milwaukee against the NL Central champion Brewers.

The Details

Time: 5:07 p.m. ET (3:07 p.m. MT)

Location: Miller Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

TV: FS1, FOX Deportes

Streaming: Fox Sports GO; YouTubeTV (subscription required; free trial available); fuboTV (7-day free trial)

Radio: KOA 850 AM/94.1 FM; KNDV 1150 AM (Spanish) (in Colorado), stream on MLB At Bat appHow they got here

On September 19 the Rockies lost to the Dodgers 5-2 to fall 2 1⁄2 games off pace for a playoff spot. They went 9-1 in their next 10 to tie the Dodgers for the division lead and guarantee no worse than the second wild card. The Rockies lost the ensuing tiebreaker game in Los Angeles on October 1 (again, 5-2) and went to Chicago to play in the NL Wild Card Game on October 2. Of course, they won and are now in their fourth city in five days ready to start the NLDS.

The Brewers are even hotter. They went 20-7 in September in order to tie the Cubs for the division lead on the last day of the season. They won their tiebreaker, 3-1 in Wrigley on Monday, to earn their first division title since 2011.

The Rockies have faced a whirlwind this week while the Brewers haven’t traveled more than a bus ride from home and their fans will be ready to celebrate the first postseason game in Miller Park since the 2011 NLCS against the Cardinals.
Starting Pitchers

The Rockies will send Antonio Senzatela, who last pitched last Thursday afternoon against the Phillies, to the mound. He’s been in the rotation full time since July with up-and-down results. Since a seven-run blow up in St. Louis on August 24 he’s thrown 33 2⁄3 innings in six starts with a 2.94 ERA and a perfectly acceptable (for a back end starter) .256/.309/.450 line against him. He was shaky his last time out, allowing one run on five hits and three walks in 4 2⁄3 innings against a Phillies lineup that had scored five runs total in the previous four games. His only previous appearance in Milwaukee came in his major league debut on opening weekend of 2017, when he went five shutout innings while allowing just two hits, three walks, with six strikeouts.

In a somewhat unconventional move, the Brewers will counter with Johnny Wholestaff — a bullpen game. Rather than send out lefties Gio Gonzalez or Wade Miley on regular rest and risk the Rockies, who have a 106 wRC+ against lefties this season, tearing them up, manager Craig Counsell will piece together 27 outs some other way. It’s unclear who will begin the game on the mound, but Cousell will likely lean on guys like Brandon Woodruff, Corbin Burnes, and Taylor Williams for two or three innings at a time before handing off to the dominant back-end of the bullpen. He’ll have to be careful with who he rides and for how long, since he plans on riding Jhoulys Chacin on short rest on Friday as well.
Lineups

To counter this strategy, manager Bud Black may stack the Rockies lineup with as many left-handed batters as possible to start the game. Expect a lineup featuring Carlos Gonzalez in right field, David Dahl in left, and Wild Card Game hero Tony Wolters behind the plate. Charlie Blackmon, DJ LeMahieu, Nolan Arenado, and Trevor Story will anchor the lineup. Ian Desmond will likely play first.

The Brewers have been carried by their offense lately, riding a team 114 wRC+ (non-pitchers) in the second half. They’ll be led by MVP favorite Christian Yelich, who has hit an absurd .375/.513/.830 over the last month.

As soon as lineups are posted online this post will be updated with the tweets at the bottom.
Bullpen

The Brewers have the advantage in two ways. First, their bullpen has been lights out in September, posting a 1.72 ERA over their last 115 1⁄3 innings pitched, a full run lower than the next best team in that time. The bullpen has been a strength all season and, apparently, Counsell is going to stick with what get them here. Lefty Josh Hader, who pitched two innings on Monday, has been the most valuable reliever in the National League, with closer Jeremy Jeffress (who missed the tiebreaker game with an undisclosed injury) not far behind.

And while the Rockies have a 3.06 ERA over their last 94 innings (fourth best in baseball), they also threw 6 1⁄3 innings just on Tuesday while the Brewers were kicking up their feet. Adam Ottavino, Seunghwan Oh, Scott Oberg, and Wade Davis all threw at least 20 pitches each in that Wild Card Game, making the Brewers the more well rested relief corps.
Prediction

The Rockies will need to light up the Brewers’ “openers,” much like the Yankees did to the Athletics on Wednesday, to take any advantage away from a crowd cheering for it’s first playoff game in 8 years. Even still, with neither team tossing their top pitching choice to start the game, this could be the most high scoring game of the series.

But don’t worry Rockies fans: they will definitely play another one tomorrow.

Thursday Night Football

Thursday Night Football: The New England Patriots turned things around last week with a big win over the Miami Dolphins after a somewhat tumultuous start to the season. They’ll look to keep the good results coming in a Thursday night matchup where they’ll host the Indianapolis Colts.

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The two teams are longtime rivals, dating back to the days of Peyton Manning and running all the way up to the Colts sparking the whole Deflategate debacle. But now the face-off will focus on Patriots QB Tom Brady and his counterpart on Indianapolis Andrew Luck.

Here’s everything you need to know to watch the game, including gambling info.

Start time: 8:20 p.m. ET

TV channel:  Fox

Live stream: Fox Sports Go or fuboTV (free trial available)

Odds: Patriots are -10.5 favorites, via Odds Shark

Predictions: All nine ESPN experts picked the Patriots. Ditto for the seven experts at SB Nation.

Luck, coming off a shoulder injury that derailed his promising young career, threw for 464 yards and four touchdowns last week in an overtime loss to the Houston Texans. The QB said he was feeling pretty good.

“At times this was the best I’ve felt in a long, long time,” Luck said, according to ESPN. “I don’t want to compare to what’s happened in the past, but there [were] times out there where we were doing some really good stuff. We have to find a way when we start off with a great drive, building on [it].”

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady runs off the field at Gillette Stadium on September 30, 2018, in Foxborough, Massachusetts. He’ll take on the Colts on Thursday night.MADDIE MEYER/GETTY IMAGES

Both squads on Thursday could use a win. The Colts sit at 1-3 heading into the Week 5 game while the Patriots—typically one of the best teams in the NFL—are 2-2. New England will be getting a nice boost in the matchup, however, with the return of wide receiver Julian Edelman, who was suspended the first four weeks of the season for violating the league’s performance-enhancing drug policy.

“I think we’ve played so much football together, I really have no doubt where he’s gonna be at, what he’s capable of,” Brady said of Edelman’s return to the team during a press conference. “He’s been a great player for our team and I think everyone’s excited to have him. Anytime you add great players, it’s going to help what we’re doing. We all welcome him back and he’s excited and ready to go. Hopefully he can go out and play great, hopefully we can all go play great, we’re going to need it.”

Patriots vs Colts

Patriots vs Colts: The New England Patriots turned things around last week with a big win over the Miami Dolphins after a somewhat tumultuous start to the season. They’ll look to keep the good results coming in a Thursday night matchup where they’ll host the Indianapolis Colts.

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The two teams are longtime rivals, dating back to the days of Peyton Manning and running all the way up to the Colts sparking the whole Deflategate debacle. But now the face-off will focus on Patriots QB Tom Brady and his counterpart on Indianapolis Andrew Luck.

Here’s everything you need to know to watch the game, including gambling info.

Start time: 8:20 p.m. ET

TV channel:  Fox

Live stream: Fox Sports Go or fuboTV (free trial available)

Odds: Patriots are -10.5 favorites, via Odds Shark

Predictions: All nine ESPN experts picked the Patriots. Ditto for the seven experts at SB Nation.

Luck, coming off a shoulder injury that derailed his promising young career, threw for 464 yards and four touchdowns last week in an overtime loss to the Houston Texans. The QB said he was feeling pretty good.

“At times this was the best I’ve felt in a long, long time,” Luck said, according to ESPN. “I don’t want to compare to what’s happened in the past, but there [were] times out there where we were doing some really good stuff. We have to find a way when we start off with a great drive, building on [it].”

tom brady colts gameNew England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady runs off the field at Gillette Stadium on September 30, 2018, in Foxborough, Massachusetts. He’ll take on the Colts on Thursday night.MADDIE MEYER/GETTY IMAGES

Both squads on Thursday could use a win. The Colts sit at 1-3 heading into the Week 5 game while the Patriots—typically one of the best teams in the NFL—are 2-2. New England will be getting a nice boost in the matchup, however, with the return of wide receiver Julian Edelman, who was suspended the first four weeks of the season for violating the league’s performance-enhancing drug policy.

“I think we’ve played so much football together, I really have no doubt where he’s gonna be at, what he’s capable of,” Brady said of Edelman’s return to the team during a press conference. “He’s been a great player for our team and I think everyone’s excited to have him. Anytime you add great players, it’s going to help what we’re doing. We all welcome him back and he’s excited and ready to go. Hopefully he can go out and play great, hopefully we can all go play great, we’re going to need it.”

Patriots vs Colts

The New England Patriots will host the Indianapolis Colts in Week 5 of the NFL schedule on Thursday, start time at 8:20 PM ET, at Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, MA. Patriots vs Colts odds and point spread is at -10.0 NE. Patriots vs Colts live stream is on NFL Game Pass and tv channel is on NFLN.

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The Indianapolis Colts (1-3) re coming from a 37-34 OT loss to the Houston Texans in which Andrew Luck completed 40 of 2 passes for 464 yards and four touchdowns against.

In rushing, Jordan Wilkins ran for 16 yards in eight carries while Nyheim Hines added 10 yards in four attempts.

In receiving, T.Y. Hilton caught for 115 yards in four receptions while Chester Rogers added 85 yards in four catches. Ryan Grant added 64 yards while Hines contributed 63 yards and two touchdowns.

Offensively, the Colts are averaging 23.5 points and 337.0 total yards (265.0 in passing and 72.0 in rushing per game). Defensively, the Colts are yielding 25.0 points and 377.2 total yards (268.0 in passing and 109.2 in rushing) per game.

The New England Patriots (2-2) are coming from a 38-7 win over the Miami Dolphins in which Tom Brady completed 23 of 35 passes for 274 yards and three touchdowns against two interceptions.

In rushing, Sony Michel ran for 112 yards and a touchdown in 25 carries while James White added 44 yards and a touchdown in eight attempts.

In receiving, White caught for 68 yards and a touchdown in eight receptions while Phillip Dorsett added 55 yards and a touchdown in four catches. Cordarrelle Patterson contributed 54 yards and a touchdown in three receptions while Rob Gronkowski had 44 yards.

Offensively, the Patriots are averaging 23.8 points and 337.2 total yards (220.2 in passing and 117.0 in rushing) per game. Defensively, the Patriots are yielding 21.0 points and 347.8 in total yards (226.2 in passing and 121.5 in rushing) per game.

Colts vs Patriots game schedule info:

Date: October 4, 2018
Start Time: 8:20 PM ET
TV Channel Schedule: Fox/NFLN
Live Stream: NFL Game Pass
Odds and Point Spread: -10.0 New England
Prediction: New England will have Julian Edelman after returning from a four-game suspension. At full force, the Patriots will dominate the Colts. New England will cover the spread.

Patriots vs Colts

Patriots vs Colts : The Week 5 NFL schedule kicks off with Thursday Night Football between the New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts at 8:20 p.m. ET. The Patriots have won seven straight in this AFC rivalry, but Andrew Luck’s return to the starting lineup this season gives the Colts hope they can turn that trend around. Colts wideout TY Hilton (hamstring) is out, while Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski (ankle) is questionable. After opening as a 7.5-point favorite, New England is now -10 in the latest Patriots vs. Colts odds. The Over-Under for total points has also seen significant movement, dropping from 55.5 to 50.5. Before you lock in any Patriots vs. Colts picks, you’ll want to see what NFL handicapping guru R.J. White has to say.

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White was SportsLine’s most profitable NFL analyst last season and returned $100 bettors a profit of nearly $2,000. The renowned prognosticator has also cashed big in the prestigious Las Vegas SuperContest two of the last three years and now turned his eye toward Thursday Night Football. White has a strong history of success in handicapping these teams, too, which includes an incredible 14-4 mark on spread picks in games involving the Colts.

In Week 2, White advised SportsLine members to back the Colts as six-point underdogs in their road game against the Redskins. The result: Indianapolis dominated from the outset in a 21-9 victory, and anyone who followed White’s advice picked up an easy winner.

Now, White has analyzed Colts vs. Patriots from every angle and locked in a strong spread pick. You can only see it at SportsLine.

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White knows the Colts are hoping for a breakout victory following two agonizing losses. Indianapolis (1-3) saw a potential game-winning drive end in a turnover against Cincinnati in Week 1. It bounced back with a road win over Washington, but has now lost its last two games by seven combined points.

Last week’s game against the Texans will be remembered for Colts coach Frank Reich choosing to go for it on fourth down in his own territory with less than a minute left in overtime. They failed, and the Texans broke a nine-game losing streak with a 29-yard field goal at the horn. Luck finished with a career-high 462 passing yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions. The defense allowed just 10 second-half points and yielded just two touchdown drives of more than 50 yards.

Just because the Colts have taken their last two games down to the wire doesn’t mean they’ll keep it within the spread on Thursday Night Football.

Even if Gronkowski sits with an ankle injury on a short week, New England’s offense comes into Thursday Night Football with reinforcements. Receiver Josh Gordon will play his second game in a Patriots’ uniform, while Julian Edelman will make his return from a four-game suspension for violating the league’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs.

It’ll be Edelman’s first meaningful action since he led the Patriots with 98 catches for 1,106 yards in 2016, and it’ll be a welcomed sight for Tom Brady, who has cycled through dozens of receivers since Edelman last saw the field.

New England’s rushing attack finally received the lift it has been needing from Sony Michel in Week 4. The rookie first-round pick out of Georgia piled up 112 yards and a touchdown on the ground in a 38-7 win over the previously-unbeaten Dolphins. New England is on an astonishing 48-1 run in the regular season when it has a 100-yard rusher.

We can tell you White is leaning Over for Patriots vs. Colts, but he’s found a crucial X-factor that causes one side of the spread to hit hard. He’s sharing what it is, and who to back, at SportsLine.

Thursday Night Football

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Thursday Night Football LIVE Stream Online, Live Update, Odds, Start Time, Game Carolina Panthers on Monday Night Football at 8:30 p.m. ET on NBC (live streaming at NBC Sports). The Week 13 match up is one of the best of the week on paper. We’ll see if Carson Went and Russell Wilson can combine to live up to the hype.

By beating Pittsburgh on Thursday Night Football, the CLEVELAND New England Carolina Panthers prolonged the battle in the NFC East, preventing the Steele’s from clinching the division.

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Cincinnati will clinch the division with any win for the remainder of the season, and the Steele’s have some easy match ups on the horizon with the New England Carolina Panthers and GREEN BAY Carolina Panthers still on the schedule, not to mention a rematch with Dallas in Week 17. But they would much prefer to get the win against the Sea hawks, perhaps the toughest team remaining on their schedule.

Seattle is 7-4, coming off a win over the rival GREEN BAY Carolina Panthers. The Sea hawks still play the Jacksonville Carolina Panthers as well as rivals in the Los Angeles New England Carolina Panthers and Arizona New England Carolina Panthers. It’s been an up-and-down season for the Sea hawks, with many questioning whether or not the team is starting to decline.

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Injuries, of course, have been a huge factor, with big names like Richard Sherman, Kam Chancellor, and Cliff Avril dealing with significant injuries.

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