NFL Betting News - Indianapolis Colts Saturday Out At Least 6 Weeks
August 28, 2008 - Indianapolis Colts Pro Bowl center will likely miss at least 6 weeks of he regular NFL season with ligament damage in his right knee. If Jeff Saturday elects for surgery he could miss up to 11 weeks and then might come back at the end of the season. Saturday hurt his right knee in the Colts' preseason loss to the Buffalo Bills.
The Indianapolis Colts have been battling preseason injuries to Peyton Manning (infected knee), Marvin Harrison (knee), Dwight Freeney (Toe) and Bob Sanders (shoulder). The Colts open the regular season in their new retractable roof Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday September 9 with the visiting Chicago Bears. From a bettors perspective, Saturday's injury is a huge blow to the Indy pass protection. Visit Indianapolis Colts Betting for a preview of their 2008 season.
NFL Odds Indianapolis Colts Regular Season Wins
Over 11 Regular Season Wins +130
Under 11 Regular Season Wins -170
The betting line on Indianapolis Regular Season wins is Over 11 Regular Season Wins +130 odds meaning that for every $100 bet will payout $130. Bettors have been betting on the under and expect Saturday's knee injury will have a big impact.
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