The Green Bay Packers haven’t exactly been blowing out their opponents this season.
In their four victories, they beat Jacksonville by four points and Detroit and the New York Giants by seven points each.
Just once did the Packers blast a team and that was the bad news Bears – 26-10.
But all indications point toward the Packers racking up their second decisive victory today against the Indianapolis Colts at Lambeau Field.
For starters, the Colts are a horrible road team, having posted a 1-3 on the enemy’s turf. Their sole road win was against mediocre Tennessee.
Secondly, the Colts’ defense is brutal. Every one of their opponents have scored at least 22 points against them this season. What’s more, four teams have scored 30 or more points against the Dolts: Kansas City and Jacksonville ran up 30 points each, with Denver putting up 34 and Detroit scoring 39.
The Packers’ offense is superior to any of those aforementioned teams. Good luck to Andrew Luck and Co. They’re going to need it today.
Prediction: Packers 41, Colts 17