5 Indianapolis Colts prop bets to make in Week 4

The Indianapolis Colts (2-1) travel up Interstate 65 to meet the Chicago Bears (3-0) Sunday for a Week 4 battle at Soldier Field at 1 p.m. ET. Below, we give you five player/team prop bets to consider from the BetMGM game menu.

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5 Indianapolis Colts prop bets to make in Week 4

Odds via BetMGM; access USA TODAY Sports’ betting odds for a full list. Lines last updated Saturday at 9:20 a.m. ET.

Colts -0.5 (-110) in first half

The Colts have been leading at the half in each of their three games so far this season. In Week 1 they took a 17-14 lead to the break on the road against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

In Week 2, they led 15-3 at the half over the Minnesota Vikings and in Week 3 they were up 17-7 against the New York Jets through 30 minutes. They have been fast starters, and the first-half line should be a lock.

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Colts OVER 23.5 points for game (+105)

Indy has rolled up 28.0 points per game through their first three outings, while the Bears have coughed up 27 or more points in two of their three contests.

The Colts rank in the upper half of the league in all offensive categories, including 10th in passing yards per game (264.7). Look for a shootout in this one on the shores of Lake Michigan.

QB Philip Rivers UNDER 1.5 passing TDs (-125)

The veteran Rivers has thrown exactly one touchdown in each of his first three outings, including his only road outing of the season in Week 1 in Jacksonville when playing from behind and passing more.

The Colts rely heavily upon the run game, with rookie RB Jonathan Taylor leading the charge.

Colts RB Jonathan Taylor will score a touchdown (-118)

Speaking of Taylor, he has hit paydirt in each of his past two games, and Indy will lean upon he and Nyheim Hines to mince up Chicago’s front seven, pounding the ball early and often. Taylor is averaging 3.8 yards per run, and his average has increased in each game this season. Over 80.5 total rushing yards (-110) for Taylor doesn’t look too shabby, either.

Colts total field goals OVER 1.5 (-200)

The Colts have been having quite a bit of difficulty in the red zone this season, checking in 23rd in the NFL at 54.55% success rate. They are averaging 2.0 red zone scores per game (TD only), so look for plenty of field goal opportunities on the road in Chicago.

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