Indianapolis Colts, New Orleans Saints Perfect Season Odds

Written by:
Carrie Stroup
Published on:
Dec/02/2009
Indianapolis Colts, New Orleans Saints Perfect Season Odds

Sportsbook.com has just released odds on both the Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints having a perfect season. 

This past weekend some believed one or both these teams would finally lose a game considering the caliber of their respective opponents.  That didn't happen. 

Peyton Manning turned a 43-yard pass interference penalty against Houston in the third quarter into a turning point for himself and the Colts.

The Colts became the second team in NFL history to win 20 straight regular-season games. They are one shy of the Patriots' streak from 2006-08 for the longest in NFL history.  They are also the first team to enjoy 11 or more wins over 7 consecutive seasons.

"We don't get overexcited certainly when things aren't going the way we want them to," Quarterback Peyton Manning said. "We don't panic, we don't yell, we don't throw helmets. We just try to put the series behind us and move on to the next one. There was a lot of that [Sunday]."

Meanwhile, the New Orleans Saints manhandled the New England Patriots Monday night as a mere -1 ½ favorite.  This was expected to be more competitive.  It was not.

The Saints became the 14th team in league history to start 11-0 as Drew Brees threw for 371 yards and five TDs, the most TD passes ever against a team coached by Bill Belichick.

New Orleans beat New England by a score of 38-17, something very few pundits expected.

With only a few weeks left to the regular 2009 NFL season, Sportsbook.com has posted the following odds on whether either the Indianapolis Colts or New England Patriots end up with a perfect season.

Colts - Will They finish the NFL regular season with 16 Wins - 0 Losses

Yes +300 pays $3 for every $1 bet or $300 for every $100 bet.       

No -400 requires a $4 bet to win $1 (the $4 bet is returned should Indianapolis lose a game)

Saints - Will They finish the NFL regular season with 16 Wins - 0 Losses

Yes  +150  pays $1.50 for every $1 bet or $150 for every $100 bet.           

No -190 requires a $1.90 bet to win $1.00 (the $1.90 bet is returned should New Orleans lose a game).

Colts - Will They finish the NFL Super Bowl with 19 Wins - 0 Losses

Yes +1300 pays an impressive $1300 for every $100 bet.  This is a Gambling911.com VALUE BET.  

The NO is not worth betting since the price is -2500.

Saints - Will They finish the NFL Super Bowl with 19 Wins - 0 Losses

Yes +1200  This one pays $1200 for every $100 bet and is also a Gambling911.com VALUE BET due to the nominal risk.                                                 

Indianpolis Colts vs New Orleans Saints - Will they meet in the NFL Super Bowl XLIV Both Undefeated

Yes pays $2500 for every $100 bet and we say this is a REALLY GOOD BET TO PLACE.  A $25 bet pays $250 also.

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Carrie Stroup, Gambling911.com Senior Reporter

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