Away teams stepped up in Week 6 posting a record of 9-5 ATS heading into the Monday night matchup between the Indianapolis Colts and San Diego Chargers.
In the first game of the week, the New York Giants lost and fell to a record of 0-6, but managed to cover the spread as 9.5-point road dogs against the Chicago Bears.
That trend continued Sunday in the early set of games as road teams posted a stellar ATS record of 6-2.
The Colts enter the final tilt of Week 6 action as 1-point road faves in San Diego. The Colts are 1-6 ATS in their previous seven meetings with the Chargers.