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2016/17 AFC Championship - Odds to Win
Updated: June 2016

 

Provided Odds as of May 4th, 2016

 

 

New England Patriots +325
Pittsburgh Steelers +575
Cincinnati Bengals +750
Denver Broncos +650
Kansas City Chiefs +1,200
Indianapolis Colts +1,000
Baltimore Ravens +1,600
Buffalo Bills +2,000
New York Jets +2,000
Houston Texans +2,000
Oakland Raiders +1,200
Jacksonville Jaguars +3,300
Miami Dolphins +3,000
San Diego Chargers +3,300
Tennessee Titans +4,000
Cleveland Browns +10,000

 

 

 

 

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AFC Championship:  Indianapolis @ New England

Once again, the New England Patriots will take part in a postseason rematch. The Pats and Colts met back on Nov. 16 when New England ran for 244 yards on its way to a 42-20 victory. Can the Patriots do it again? Well, history has shown that they don’t fare so well in postseason games that are a rematch from the regular season. In fact, all of New England’s eight playoff losses under head coach Bill Belichick have been from a regular season rematch. The most recent was last year when the Pats lost to Denver in this same AFC title game.

This time around may be different, though. New England has owned the Colts the last two times the teams have played thanks, in large part, to an outstanding ground game. The Patriots have gained 480 rushing yards against the Colts in those two games, averaging 5.3 yards per carry and scoring 10 touchdowns. If New England does the same Sunday, it will be a big contrast from what they did last week against Baltimore. The Patriots ran the ball just 12 times for a paltry 14 yards against the Ravens.

Considering that Indianapolis QB Andrew Luck has never beaten the Patriots and that New England is 16-4 at home in the playoffs, it will be hard to bet against the home team… New England 44, Indianapolis 28.

 


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