The Indianapolis Colts are the only NFL team to have avoided defeat so far this season and could rack up its 15th consecutive win on Sunday afternoon by beating the New York Jets.

Despite having a record so far of seven wins for the same number of defeats, the Jets are still in with a faint hope of making the post-season. However, one more defeat would definitely put New York out of the running and consign the franchise to its third season without playoff football.

The home team are heavily favoured with and offering Indianapolis at odds of 39/100 to triumph inside the Lucas Oil Stadium. This is followed by,,,, and showing 2/5 while and are offering 7/17.

Slightly longer, bettors can get odds of 5/12 from and on a Colts win while is showing 10/23 and lists 9/20.

These two last met during the fourth week of the 2006 season with Indianapolis winning by 31 points to 28 after three different Colts rushed for touchdowns. This could very well happen again although is offering odds of 7/4 on a Jets win.

With the Colts already guaranteed home field advantage throughout the post-season, much debate has surrounded how long, if at all, its key players will remain on the field. The Jets could be given an unexpected advantage if rookie coach Jim Caldwell decides to rest past starters in favour of unproven backups. Such a scenario has offering New York at odds of 181/100 to win while shows 15/8 followed by with 19/10.

The odds on a Jets win away from home just keep getting longer from here with offering 45/23 while punters can get 199/100 from Similarly,,,,, and show 2/1 followed by with 51/25.

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