The Indianapolis Colts fired head coach Frank Reich on Monday morning, leaving behind a 41-35-1 overall record during his tenure in Indy.
That wasn't the most surprising news given the team's 3-5-1 start with lofty expectations for 2022, but everyone apparently had the same perplexed reaction to the follow-up report, leading to double and triple-check that they weren't reading a fake Adam Schefter tweet.
No fake report here. ESPN broadcaster and High School football coach Jeff Saturday will be taking over in place of Reich as head coach of the Colts. Saturday, the former center of the team, has no NFL coaching experience, but will finish the season on an interim basis. With that, the betting market has responded to the newly minted coach by betting on the offense struggling.
Here's the latest odds for the Colts in their Week 10 matchup against the Raiders on the road.
Colts vs. Raiders Odds, Spread and Total
Colts vs. Raiders Line Movement
The opening market for this game was Raiders -2 with a total of 42, but there has been a seismic shift in market now with the Raiders laying 6 and a total of 42.5.
It doesn't help that Saturday has zero experience and the team has zero people in the building that have called an offensive play, but the fact that Sam Ehlinger has looked overwhelmed at quarterback thus far is doing him any favors.
Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.