Coming into the 2019 NFL season, the Indianapolis Colts were looked at as one of the favorites to not only win the AFC South, but possibly play for a chance to win the Super Bowl.
The Colts’ odds of winning the Super Bowl this season plummeted in a record breaking way after quarterback Andrew Luck announced his retirement on Saturday night.
PointsBet moved the Colts’ Super Bowl odds from 12/1 to 50/1, while the Colts’ win total shifted from 10 to six.
Pointsbet also moved them from favorites to win the AFC South to the worst odds to finish first in the division. The Colts’ +600 division odds are behind the Texans at +140, Jaguars at +225 and Titans at +325.
Without Luck, backup quarterback Jacoby Brissett is next in line to start for the Colts.