NASHVILLE, TN - DECEMBER 11: Chris Johnson #28 of the Tennessee Titans steps out of a tackle by Patrick Robinson #21 of the New Orleans Saints during play at LP Field on December 11, 2011 in Nashville, Tennessee. The Saints won, 22-17. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)
The Indianapolis Colts will look to end the road to an 0-16 season with a home game against the Tennessee Titans, but running back Chris Johnson is looking to find his legs once again.
In years past, this Sunday's matchup between the Indianapolis Colts and the Tennessee Titans would have been a big game with playoff implications for both teams. However, only the Titans are fighting for a spot, being the first team out of a Wild Card spot. The Colts, 0-13, are obvious home underdogs in this game. The line started at seven points, according to Odds Shark, and has moved up and down by half of a point by other odds makers.
The Titans beat the Colts earlier in the season, 27-10, and should have just as easy of a time as that on Sunday. Running back Chris Johnson had only 34 rushing yards in the game and he has been wildly inconsistent. He put up 190 and 153 yards in back-to-back weeks before he was held to 23 yards last week against the Saints.
The over/under for this game started at 40.5 points and has risen to 41. The Colts average just over 14 points per game this season, which might make it hard for the two teams to go over that number.
Head over to Odds Shark for more Week 15 NFL odds and lines. Check out Titans blog Music City Miracles and Colts blog Stampede Blue for more on this week's game. To keep up with the rest of the league, visit SB Nation NFL.