Houston Texans vs. Baltimore Ravens NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Monday Night Football for November 27th feature a pair of AFC conference teams as the Baltimore Ravens will host the Houston Texans. The Ravens and Texans will get things started from Baltimore at 8:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home side home side Baltimore Ravens favored by -7 ½ points with the total set at 38 ½ points.

Houston travels on Monday Night Football with a record of 4-6. They broke a three game losing streak with their 31-21 home victory to the Arizona Cardinals covering as a 2 ½ point favorite. Tom Savage showed improvement in the victory as the signal caller threw for 230 yards and two touchdowns completing 22 of 32 passes. Savage got help from his running game as Houston ran for 134 yards. D’Onta Foreman rushed for two touchdowns and they came in the fourth quarter to erase a 21-17 deficit. Houston defense held the Cardinals veteran running back Adrian Peterson who ran for only 26 yards on 14 carries. Houston sits two games in the loss column back of the Titans and Jaguars in the AFC South standings with only six games remaining. Houston sits 19th in the NFL in total defense as the team allows 344 yards per game.

Baltimore checks in with a mark of 5-5. Ravens went into Green Bay last week and came away with a 23-0 victory covering the spread as a 2 ½ point road underdog. Ravens defense recorded their second shutout in three games. Ravens made the most of totaling 219 yards of offense in the win. They were given gifts by the Packers who committed five turnovers. Joe Flacco passed for 183 yards with a touchdown and pick as he tossed 22 of 28. Ravens offense has struggled despite having Mike Wallace, Jeremy Maclins and Ben Watson out running patterns in the passing game. On the season Baltimore is 31st in total yards offensively and 32nd and last in passing. Ravens are led by the number two scoring defense which allows 17.1 points per game.

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