Indy was taken by 27 of 28 players in the pool (still open spaces - join up if you want).
If you took Indy because the line was 1 1/2 earlier in the week, know that the one guy who runs our website corrected it to 8 1/2. He will make mistakes, and he will correct them. I've used the service for a few years, and I've seen this before. It's not like a bookie where your bet is locked in at whatever line was posted when you made your pick. From time to time, he'll have the spread or the favorite wrong. I'd say he could be more careful but hell, the service is free so I am not complaining.
Since most everyone is taking Indy (as of right now), any bad effect or misunderstanding will be cancelled out. The pool will triumph or fail together.
Know the lines from pages like this one (always on your left, linked as "Live Odds"). If a pigskin.com line looks too good to be true, it probably is too good to be true - check back in a few days to see if the wrong line hasn't been corrected.
Also note that lines that drift a point or two will not be corrected. I've only seen him correct the obvious bone-headed mistakes. So if a game starts as Arizona -2.5 and move to pick 'em, that won't be adjusted. If you trust the public and believe in bargain-hunting, that's an angle you can play specifically against the lines employed by our website.