New england vs houston prediction


Who is favored New England or Houston?

Caesars Sportsbook lists New England as an eight-point favorite in the latest Patriots vs. Texans odds.

Who is favored to win the New England game?

The Patriots are considered slight favorites in this matchup (indicated by -105), requiring a $105 bet to win $100 (plus the initial bet back). The Cowboys are the underdog in this matchup, paying out $200 total for a $100 bet ($100 in winnings).

Who is favored to win Dallas vs New England?

Dallas is a 3.5-point favorite in the latest Cowboys vs. Patriots odds per Caesars Sportsbook.

Have the Houston Texans ever beat the New England Patriots?

Watch the highlights from the Texans’ 34-27 win over the New England Patriots Sunday at Reliant Stadium. Houston scored 21 points in the fourth quarter and finishes the regular season with its first-ever winning record.

What is over under in football?

A bet on the over means you think both teams will combine to score more goals, points, or runs than the total listed. Conversely, an under bet means you think there will be less than the total listed.

What is the record of the New England Patriots?

New England PatriotsYearRecordFinish (Regular / Post Season)20207-9-03rd — AFC East201912-4-01st — AFC East201811-5-01st — AFC East201713-3-01st — AFC East59 more rows

Who is better Patriots or Cowboys?

The two teams have met each other 14 times, with the Dallas Cowboys winning 8 games and the New England Patriots winning 6 games.

Are the Patriots better than the Cowboys?

The Patriots–Cowboys rivalry is a National Football League (NFL) rivalry between New England Patriots and Dallas Cowboys. The series is lead 7-6 by the Cowboys….Patriots-Cowboys rivalry.StatisticsAll-time series7-6 (DAL)6 more rows

Who is favored in Sunday’s Patriots game?

The Patriots are a 6.5-point favorite in the game, according to Tipico Sportsbook. The Patriots are -280 on the money line and the Titans are +220. The over/under for the game is set at 44.5 points.

How many times Patriots beat Texans?

The following is a list of all regular season and postseason games played between the Houston Texans and New England Patriots. The two teams have met each other 14 times (including 2 postseason games), with the Houston Texans winning 3 games and the New England Patriots winning 11 games.

Did the Patriots trade for Deshaun Watson?

Patriots made the right move by not trading for Deshaun Watson.

What is the score of Patriots and Texans game today?

Patriots use late field goal to get 25-22 win over TexansCOMP%TD76.7%1Oct 10, 2021

New England Patriots vs. Houston Texans Predictions

It’s tough to make a case for the Patriots as this heavy of a favorite, while backing the Texans is a risky proposition with their lack of offense.

New England Patriots vs. Houston Texans Betting Conclusion

Houston isn’t going anywhere fast with Mills at quarterback, but the Texans have faced three teams with 3-1 records the last three weeks (Browns, Panthers, and Bills).

Pro Football Network: Patriots 24, Texans 14

Ben Rolfe writes: “This is just what the Patriots need after their emotional Week 4 loss to Tom Brady and the Buccaneers. The Texans are a complete disaster, and it would be stunning if Davis Mills produces an upset against his fellow rookie QB. This game might finally get the Patriots’ offense rolling.”

Sports Illustrated: Patriots 31, Texans 21

Cole Thompson writes: “Houston would have the home-field advantage, but QB play will decide the outcome.”

Sportsnaut: Patriots 31, Texans 6

Matt Johnson writes: “Mac Jones. Mac Jones. More Mac Jones. What he did for New England in almost defeating Tom Brady and the Buccaneers in Week 4 was legendary. Short of the Patriots overlooking the least-talented team in the NFL this coming Sunday, there’s no reason to believe Houston will come out on top here.

NBC Sports: Patriots 24, Texans 14

Nick Goss writes: Who’s starting at quarterback for the Texans in this game? It shouldn’t even matter because the Patriots have a superior roster either way.”

Sportsnaut: Patriots 28, Texans 0

Andrew Buller-Russ writes: “New Texans general manager Nick Caserio was aggressive in free agency, but so has his former boss in New England, Bill Belichick. Caserio’s moves were far less splashy than Belichick’s, and the gap across these rosters will be painfully evident in Houston.”

CBS Sports: Patriots will beat Texans in Week 5

Jeff Kerr writes: “Texans general manager Nick Caserio will be facing his former organization for the first time. Caserio has a tough task with Houston, but this is just year one of a long rebuild.”


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