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Oakland Raiders vs. Houston Texans Odds - NFL Wild Card Playoffs

Oakland Raiders vs. Houston Texans NFL Football Odds

Posted by: Mike Davis

Here are the NFL football betting odds for the Oakland Raiders at Houston Texans wild card game on Saturday, January 7th at BetNow NFL football betting online sportsbook:

Raiders +3 (-120) 37½ (-110)
Texans -3 (EV) 37½ (-110)

The Raiders lost 6-24 to the Denver Broncos on Sunday. Connor Cook threw 14 of 21 for 150 yards with one TD and one interception and lost a fumble. DeAndre Washington ran for 43 yards on seven carries. Michael Crabtree had 47 yards on five receptions. Malcolm Smith had nine tackles. Brynden Trawick intercepted one pass. The Raiders finished with a 12-4 record ended their 14-year playoff drought but are without starting QB Derek Carr, who is expected to miss 6-8 weeks with a broken fibula.

Oakland averages 26.0 points, 373.3 total yards, 253.2 passing yards, and 120.1 rushing yards per game, and allows 24.1 points, 375.1 total yards, 257.5 passing yards, and 117.6 rushing yards per game. Cook is 14 of 21 for 150 yards with one TD and one pick. Latavius Murray has run for 788 yards and 12 TDs on 195 carries. Crabtree has 1003 yards and eight TDs on 89 catches. Smith has 103 combined tackles. Khalil Mack has 11 sacks. Reggie Nelson has intercepted five passes.

Raiders NFL football betting odds trends: prior to the game versus the Broncos, Oakland was 7-2 against the spread and 8-1 straight-up in the last nine games, 9-1 against the spread in the last 10 road games, and 6-1 straight-up in the last seven road games. The NFL football betting total had gone over in seven of Oakland’s last nine games.

The Texans lost 17-24 to the Titans on Sunday. Brock Osweiler went 21 of 40 for 253 yards with one TD. Alfred Blue ran for 28 yards on 11 carries. DeAndre Hopkins had 123 yards on seven receptions. Nick Novak kicked 1 of 2. Denzel Rice had six tackles. Christian Covington had one sack. Quintin Demps intercepted one pass. The Texans finished 9-7 for the third straight season and clinched the AFC South Division for the second straight season to win their fourth overall division title.

Houston averages 17.4 points, 314.7 total yards, 198.5 passing yards, and 116.2 rushing yards per game, and allows 20.5 points, 301.3 total yards, 201.6 passing yards, and 99.7 rushing yards per game. Osweiler is 301 of 510 (59.0%) for 2957 yards with 15 TDs and 16 picks. Lamar Miller has run for 1073 yards and five TDs on 268 carries. DeAndre Hopkins has 954 yards and four TDs on 78 catches. Benardrick McKinney has 129 combined tackles. Whitney Mercilus has 7½ sacks. Demps has intercepted six passes.

Texans NFL football betting odds trends: prior to the game versus the Titans, Houston was 1-5 against the spread in the last six games, and 2-5 against the spread and straight-up in the last seven road games. The NFL football betting total had gone under in four of Houston’s last five games.

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