Houston Texans versus Oakland Raiders NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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NFL Monday Night Football will be played in Mexico City on November 21st as the Oakland Raiders will meet the Houston Texans beginning at 8:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the Oakland Raiders favored by -6 points with the over under line set at 45 points.

The Houston Texans travels to Mexico City in first place in the AFC South division with a record of 6-3. They have won two straight after the 24-21 road victory at Jacksonville as they cover as a +3 point underdog. The Texans like they were in 2015 have been carried by their strong defense. The team is fourth best in the league in total defense as opponents average 317 yards per game against them. The Texans opponents put up only 196 passing yards per game on their defense which is third best in the NFL. The offensive numbers have been poor. Houston is 31st and second last in passing, 29th and fourth worst in scoring. The Texans average less than 18 points per game. Brock Osweiler was signed to a huge contract in the offseason in free agency. He is completing only 58.6% of his passes this year for 1818 yards with 11 touchdowns and 9 picks.

The Oakland Raiders reside in first place in the AFC West division with a record of 7-2. They come off a bye week with three straight wins and six wins in their past seven games after their 30-20 home victory to Denver on Sunday Night Football. Oakland is the fifth rated passing and fourth best running team in the NFL. Quarterback Derek Carr is completing 66.1% of his throws for 2505 yards with 17 touchdowns and only three interceptions. Carr has not thrown a pick in three straight games. Wide receiver Amari Cooper in his second year with the Raiders is leading the team with 58 catches for 843 yards with two touchdowns. He is averaging 14.5 yards per reception. Oakland is 31st and second worst in the NFL in total defense by allowing 398 yards per game. They have improved in recent weeks defensively.

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