The Colts vs Patriots regular season game will be the second National Football League match in Germany this year. Here are our football betting picks and predictions for the NFL Week 10 matchup between the Indianapolis Colts and New England Patriots.
New England Patriots fans have reason to celebrate since the club has never lost in any of its three prior foreign regular season games.
Colts vs Patriots Betting Picks
This time, it feels like a club and its storied coach are hesitatingly walking into a brighter spotlight during one of their most trying seasons in years.
Bill Belichick’s Patriots are off to their worst start since his debut season in 2000, 2-7, ending a 24-year era in New England that featured six Super Bowl rings and two decades of AFC domination.
Gambling articles reporters asked Belichick whether he thought he would be coaching when New England plays Indianapolis in Frankfurt, Germany.
According to sportsbooks pay per head reviews and news sites, Colts head coach Shane Steichen was questioned about Bill Belichick’s future with the team. Also, they asked if he could see having Belichick’s championship credentials later in the week.
Even if he is, the fact that his team sits at the bottom of the AFC rankings going into the week has kept his job security in the spotlight. But Belichick has maintained that his strategy remains the same as he works to turn things around.
According to PayPerHead sources, this is the second regular season game played by the Colts outside the United States. In 2016, they were defeated, 30-27, by Jacksonville in London. In the previous season’s defeat (26-3) to the Patriots, All-Pro running back Jonathan Taylor did not play. The next day, club owner Jim Irsay replaced coach Frank Reich with interim hiring Jeff Saturday.
NFL Week 10 Betting Picks
Game Time: November 12, 2023 at 9:30 AM
Bet on Under 43.5 at -115
The logistics of travel play a significant role in these global competitions. Even with additional sleep, the Miami Dolphins’ dynamic offense struggled to produce points in Germany last week.