Houston Texans Vs. Indianapolis Colts Picks, Predictions: Who Wins NFL Week 6 Game?

The Houston Texans and Indianapolis Colts face off on Sunday in a Week 6 NFL game.

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Check out these NFL Week 6 picks and predictions for the game, which can be seen at 10 a.m. MST time on CBS.

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The Colts are a 10.5-point favorite in the game.

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Pro Football Network: Colts 24, Texans 17

Ben Rolfe writes: "The Texans had one of their best offensive performances under Davis Mills but could still only put up 22 points. However, the Colts have hardly been a juggernaut. They should be able to win, but covering a 10-point spread is something completely different for a team averaging 20 points per game. This game should go the way of the Colts, but it will likely be closer than 10 points."

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Sportsnaut: Colts 31, Texans 16


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Andrew Buller-Russ writes: "Even if Carson Wentz doesn’t prove to be the quarterback who can get the Colts over the hump, he still will have no trouble dismantling this hapless Texans defense."

CBS Sports: Colts will beat Texans in Week 6

Jeff Kerr writes: "The Colts have a talented offense, but the Texans always seem to play them tough."

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SB Nation: Colts will roll to big win over Texans

Evan Sidery writes: "Easy game here for the Colts to flex their muscles… Houston is a train wreck, and Indianapolis takes full advantage. Colts roll here by 20-plus points."

Sportsnaut: Colts 31, Texans 10

Matt Johnson writes: "Frank Reich should be very happy that he is in the AFC South. The Texans provide two games that should be practical locks as Colts’ victories. Given everything we’ve seen from Houston’s defense in recent years, a 200-yard performance wouldn’t be a surprise for Taylor."

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SB Nation: Texans will lose to Colts in Week 6

Mitch Hill writes: "The Carson Wentz-led Indianapolis Colts will welcome a favorable matchup against a Houston Texans team that has historically bad performances in Indianapolis. Since Wentz arrived in Indy, the Colts have had a sense of confidence about their offense. If Wentz can stay healthy for this matchup, look for the Colts to dominate the Texans in their first meeting of the season."

FiveThirtyEight.com: Colts have an 84% win probability

The site gives the Texans a 16% win probability in the NFL Week 6 game.

ESPN: Colts have a 72.8% chance to win

The site's Football Power Index gives the Texans a 27% chance to pick up the victory in the Week 6 NFL game.

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