Houston Texans versus New England Patriots NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Two division leaders will take the field as the Houston Texans will be the road team as they square off with the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football on December 10th. The Texans and Patriots will begin from New England at 8:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN will provide the live national television broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker has the home team New England Patriots lined in the betting as a -4 ½ point favorite with an over under coming in at 52 ½ points. A money line wager on the New England Patriots will return -235 odds. Bettors who believe the Houston Texans can pull out a win tonight at New England can get back +195 odds for their wager on the money line.

The Houston Texans enter New England with an impressive mark of 11-1 on the season and a perfect 6-0 straight up record on the road. The Texans will be playing their third consecutive road game. This road trip began in a wild 34-31 Thanksgiving win at Detroit and last week the Texans build up an early lead to win easily at Tennessee 24-10 as a -7 point betting favorite. They have a notable road win this season at the Denver Broncos as they get the win 31-25 as a -1 point favorite. On both sides of the football the Houston Texans have performed very well on the season as they rank 5th in the NFL in total offense and are sixth in the league in total defense. They average 29 points and allow just 18. New England are winners of the AFC East division and trail Houston by two games with four to play in the chase for home field throughout the playoffs. The Patriots are riding a six game win streak since losing on October 14th at Seattle as they cough up a fourth quarter lead in defeat. They come off consecutive road games against bad offensive teams as they allow just 19 points against the Jets on Thanksgiving and last week the teams beats Miami 23-16 and fail to cover as a -8 point favorite in the wagering.

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