Houston Texans versus Baltimore Ravens NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Two 2012 playoff teams from the AFC will hook up in the early game on Sunday September 22nd as the Houston Texans will hit the road to face the Baltimore Ravens. The Texans and Ravens will get things started from Baltimore at 1PM Eastern Time and CBS will cover the TV broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the road team Houston Texans favored by -2 ½ points with an over under line set at 45 points. Those who bet on the Houston Texans on the money line will lay -135 odds with the take back at +115 odds on the home underdog Baltimore Ravens on the money line.

These two teams met last year with the Houston Texas with the 43-13 home blowout victory as a -6 ½ point betting favorite with the total going over 47 points. The Texans defense came up big in the victory as they held the Ravens to just 55 rushing yards and 121 yards from their passing attack.

The Texans are 2-0 on this young season and could easily be 0-2. In week one the team fell behind 28-7 at the San Diego Chargers then they rally back outscoring San Diego 24-0 in the final 25 minutes of the game for the win. Last week the Texans were taken to overtime by Tennessee and come away with the 30-24 home victory as a -7 ½ point favorite. The Texans were down 24-16 with under five minutes remaining and scored the game tying touchdown with two point conversion in the final two minutes of the game. They then win the toss at overtime and drive for the game winning overtime touchdown. Baltimore is 1-1 on the year. After getting blown out at Denver in week one the Ravens played division rival Cleveland Browns in week two and come away with the 14-6 victory as a -5 ½ point favorite. Baltimore struggled offensively and it seemed that the Browns defense was not fooled by anything the Ravens were running because they had every right angle.

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