Indianapolis Colts writer Jake Arthur joined Boy Green on The Jets Zone to give the inside scoop on New York Jets vs. Colts on Sunday.
Can the New York Jets put together their first winning streak since the beginning of the 2017 season? Well, the team is hoping three straight home games will remedy that.
The Jets will welcome in the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, the second straight of three home games this season.
The Jets enter the game fresh off a victory over the Denver Broncos after losing three straight. While the Colts aren’t doing much better, the squad comes in at 1-4.
Perhaps the biggest factor in this game will be the injury report. The Colts will likely be without T.Y. Hilton and Jack Doyle, two huge pieces of their offense. Meanwhile, the Jets are going to have to operate without Buster Skrine and Trumaine Johnson.
If I had to choose who is suffering the most, it’d be the Colts. The Jets basically played their entire game last week without Skrine and Trumaine, so they’re used to it.
On the latest episode of The Jets Zone on Sports War Radio, Boy Green spoke with a columnist for the Colts official website, Jake Arthur.
#INDvsNYJ FULL BREAKDOWN: @Colts writer @JakeArthurNFL joined @BoyGreen25 to discuss the latest injuries for the #Colts + why @CaptAndrewLuck is BACK + more! #Jets #JetUp @EliteSportsNY https://t.co/5YKzjTivpc
— The Jets Zone (@TheJets_Zone) October 10, 2018
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This Jets vs Colts game is what the experts like to call in the business a 50-50 proposition. According to ESPN FPI Analytics, the Colts are favored to win with a 50.4 percent odds. While the Jets are a 2.5 point favorite in the contest according to the latest Vegas odds.
If the Jets have serious desires to make the postseason, this is the type of game they’ll have to win. This Colts team is well below .500 and while they may be better then their record indicates, the Jets are the home team. Therefore, they must take care of business.
I anticipate the Jets winning this one in a higher scoring affair: Jets 38-Colts 27.