NFL Tips: Our best bets for New England Patriots @ Indianapolis Colts on Saturday night

Tom Carnduff of the Sporting Life gives us the lowdown on this big AFC clash

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New England Patriots @ Indianapolis Colts

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It’s getting to the business end of the NFL regular season and the Saturday night games are starting up in Week 15. While the Browns and Raiders now have to wait til Monday to play their game because of Covid – it’s not just the Premier League fixtures being hit – there’s still a clash between two of the hottest teams in the AFC to enjoy.

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New England have found some ominous form in recent weeks and could be on target for their first post-Tom Brady Super Bowl bow if they keep it up, while Indianapolis started the season with some lacklustre offensive play, but then broke the glass on “use Jonathan Taylor in case of emergency” box and have since won 5-in-7, the only defeats coming to the Super Bowl champs of Tampa Bay and their AFC South rivals Tennessee.

We got Tom Carnduff of The Sporting Life to break down this late-night Saturday showdown…

New England Patriots on Moneyline

With the break in the college football world, we are treated to some rare Saturday regular-season NFL action this weekend. And the late game promises to be a cracker with the Pats travelling to take on the Colts in a game that has huge playoff ramifications.

New England have been in great form prior to their bye week, winning seven in a row and they should be backed on the money line to beat a Colts team that has lost two of it’s last four home games.

GLENDALE, AZ – FEBRUARY 01: Head coach Bill Belichick of the New England Patriots celebrates with the Vince Lombardi Trophy after defeating the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 to win Super Bowl XLIX at University of Phoenix Stadium on February 1, 2015 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Kendrick Bourne anytime TD

Damien Harris has been limited in practice all week and that makes the New England receivers more attractive in the TD markets. Kendrick Bourne is averaging 47.9 receiving yards per game and has also rushed for 81 yards this season. He is developing into a versatile threat and looks to be the best value.

Tom Carnduff’s best bets for Patriots @ Colts

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