The Seattle Seahawks (0-0) and the Indianapolis Colts (0-0) hit the field in Week 1. The Seahawks, listed at on the spread, take the field as visitors on September 12, 2021 at 1:00 PM ET on FOX against the Colts, on the moneyline to win. A total of points has been set for the matchup.
Before placing a bet on this game, take a look at this article where we surface the best available odds and break down everything you need to know about the matchup — including key metrics, injuries, weather, and more.
The betting insights in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of September 7, 2021, 5:12 PM ET. See table below for current betting odds and CLICK HERE to bet at DraftKings Sportsbook.
Seahawks Vs. Colts Betting Odds
Seahawks Vs. Colts Player Props
Seahawks Vs. Colts Weather
As of 5:12 PM on September 7, there is no weather forecast for Indianapolis on September 12.
Seahawks Vs. Colts Injury Report
|John Ursua||WR||Knee (acl)||Out|
|Sam Tevi||OT||Knee (acl)||Out|
|Sam Ehlinger||QB||Knee (acl)||Out|
Seahawks Offense Vs. Colts Defense (2020)
|Seahawks Offense||Stats (Rank)||Colts Defense|
|28.7 (8)||Points/Gm||22.6 (10)|
|0.45 (7)||Points/Play||0.36 (12)|
|369.5 (17)||Yards/Gm||332.1 (8)|
|265.3 (13)||Pass Yards/Gm||257.9 (19)|
|123.2 (12)||Rush Yards/Gm||90.5 (2)|
|5.8 (11)||Yards/Play||5.4 (10)|
|7.5 (13)||Yards/Pass||7.3 (19)|
|4.8 (5)||Yards/Rush||3.7 (2)|
|40.2% (20)||3rd Down %||42.4% (19)|
|73.2% (4)||Red Zone %||61.5% (15)|
|18 (9)||Turnovers||25 (5)|
|48 (27)||Sacks||40 (12)|
Colts Offense Vs. Seahawks Defense (2020)
|Colts Offense||Stats (Rank)||Seahawks Defense|
|28.2 (9)||Points/Gm||23.2 (15)|
|0.44 (9)||Points/Play||0.33 (4)|
|378.1 (10)||Yards/Gm||380.6 (22)|
|261.6 (14)||Pass Yards/Gm||300.7 (31)|
|124.8 (11)||Rush Yards/Gm||95.6 (5)|
|5.9 (8)||Yards/Play||5.5 (12)|
|7.6 (8)||Yards/Pass||7.1 (12)|
|4.3 (14)||Yards/Rush||3.9 (4)|
|39.6% (21)||3rd Down %||47.1% (27)|
|58.3% (17)||Red Zone %||62.5% (19)|
|15 (3)||Turnovers||22 (10)|
|21 (2)||Sacks||46 (6)|
When The Seahawks Have The Ball (2020)
- The Seahawks were 27th-ranked in the league in sacks conceded last season (48), and are up against the team ranked 12th in bringing down opposing quarterbacks, the Colts (40).
- Seattle was fourth in the NFL in red-zone offense last season (73.2%), and will be up against the 15th-ranked red-zone defense from a year ago, owned by Indianapolis (61.5%).
- The Seahawks’ 123.2 rushing yards per game was good for 12th in the NFL last year. The Colts’ defense gave up 90.5 on the ground (second in league).
- Seattle averaged 369.5 yards per game to rank 17th in the NFL a season ago. They take on an Indianapolis defense that ranked eighth, allowing 332.1 yards per game last year.
When The Colts Have The Ball (2020)
- The Seahawks’ defense gave up 300.7 yards through the air per game last season (31st in NFL). The Colts’ 261.6 passing yards per game was 14th in the league.
- Indianapolis’ offense ranked 10th in the NFL in yards per game last season (378.1), while Seattle ranked 22nd in yards allowed (380.6).
- The Colts averaged 4.3 yards per carry last year (14th in league) compared to the 3.9 per rushing attempt the Seahawks allowed (fourth).
- Indianapolis’ offense was third-ranked in the league last year in terms of turnovers allowed (15), and is up against the 10th-ranked team in turnovers forced from a season ago, Seattle (22).
Seahawks Betting Trends And Insights
- Seattle went 8-8-0 ATS last season.
- When playing as at least 2.5-point favorites last season, the Seahawks had an ATS record of 5-8.
- Last season, the combined scoring went over the point total seven times in Seattle’s games.
- Seattle’s 17 games last season went over this contest’s total of 50 points nine times.
- The Seahawks won 78.6% of the games last season they were the moneyline favorite (11-3).
Colts Betting Trends And Insights
- Indianapolis compiled an 8-8-0 record against the spread last season.
- The Colts were an underdog by 2.5 points or more once last year, and covered the spread.
- Indianapolis and its opponents combined to go over the point total nine out of 16 times last year.
- Indianapolis played nine games last season that ended with a combined score over 50 points.
- The Colts lost the only game they played as the underdog last season.
Seahawks Players To Watch
- Last year, Russell Wilson totaled 4,212 passing yards (263.3 yards per game) while going 384-for-558 (68.8% completion percentage) and throwing 40 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. He added 513 rushing yards on 83 carries with two touchdowns, averaging 32.1 yards per game.
- Chris Carson took 141 carries for 681 rushing yards a season ago (42.6 yards per game) while scoring five touchdowns. He also caught 37 passes for 287 yards (17.9 receiving yards per game) with four touchdowns through the air.
- D.K. Metcalf hauled in 83 passes for 1,303 yards last season while scoring 10 touchdowns. He was targeted 129 times and averaged 81.4 yards per game.
- Tyler Lockett tacked on 100 catches for 1,054 yards and 10 touchdowns last year. He was targeted 132 times and averaged 65.9 receiving yards per game.
- Gerald Everett collected 417 yards on 41 catches with one touchdown last year, averaging 26.1 yards per game on 62 targets.
- Last season, Jamal Adams piled up 9.5 sacks, 14.0 TFL and 107 tackles.
- Bobby Wagner’s 2020 campaign saw him total 195 tackles, 7.5 TFL, and 3.0 sacks.
- Last season, Quandre Diggs hauled in five interceptions and added 86 tackles and 10 passes defended.
Colts Players To Watch
- Carson Wentz threw for 2,620 yards while completing 57.4% of his passes (251-of-437), with 16 touchdowns and 15 interceptions last year (163.8 yards per game). He also carried the ball 52 times for 276 yards and five touchdowns, averaging 17.3 yards per game.
- Jonathan Taylor took 232 attempts for 1,169 rushing yards a season ago (73.1 yards per game) while scoring 11 touchdowns. He also caught 36 passes for 299 yards (18.7 receiving yards per game) with one touchdown through the air.
- Last season Nyheim Hines rushed for 380 yards on 89 carries (23.8 ypg), with three rushing touchdowns. Hines also helped out in the passing game, catching 63 passes for 482 (30.1 ypg) and four touchdowns.
- Last season Zach Pascal was targeted 71 times and amassed 44 catches for 629 yards (39.3 ypg) while scoring five touchdowns.
- Michael Pittman Jr.’s stat line last year showed 40 grabs for 503 yards and one touchdown. He averaged 38.7 receiving yards per game and was targeted 61 times.
- DeForest Buckner showed out with an impressive stat line of 9.5 sacks, 13.5 TFL and 79 tackles.
- Over the course of his 2020 campaign, Darius Leonard collected 178 tackles, 9.5 TFL, and 3.0 sacks.
- Last season Kenny Moore II hauled in four interceptions and added 92 tackles, 4.0 TFL, 2.0 sacks, and 13 passes defended.
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