NFL preseason 2013 odds: Lines for Colts vs. Giants

Justin K. Aller

Oddsmakers expect a closely contested affair between Indianapolis and New York this weekend.

The Giants opened as four-point favorites over the Colts in the build up to their preseason matchup on Sunday night, but the line has since moved in Indianapolis' direction, and now the game is essentially a pick 'em. The line is even at one sportsbook, and the Giants are no bigger than 1.5-point favorites at several others.

The Giants are coming off an 18-13 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in their opening preseason game. The starters played sparingly, of course; Eli Manning threw just five passes, though he did hook up with Victor Cruz on a long touchdown strike before heading to the sideline for good.

The Colts, meanwhile, are trying to bounce back from a rough 2013 debut that saw them give up 44 points to the Buffalo Bills en route to a lopsided defeat. Andrew Luck was fine in limited action.

The game Sunday is set to start at 7 p.m. ET, with television coverage by Fox.

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