Football betting handicappers have had a hard time figuring out the inconsistent Bears while the Texans have had a strong second half to the NFL football betting season. The Chicago Bears have been a football betting enigma since their 2006 NFC championship season.
The big problem for the Bears has been offense and quarterbacking, as it was even in 2006. Chicago ranked 26th overall in the league for offense. The Bears have been a break even football betting proposition on the road this season with a mark of 3-3-1 against the NFL odds.
Chicago does have a strong over/under NFL football betting string going in which they have gone under the total in 6 out of 7 road games this year. Even the Bears defense is not the football betting strength that it used to be as it is ranked in the middle of the pack at 17th overall.
The Bears have struggled recently as a football betting visitor as they have gotten the cash in just 1 of their last 4 road games.
The Houston Texans had a dreadful start in every way that you can imagine to their NFL football betting season as they were 3-7 both straight up and against the NFL odds while being displaced by a hurricane in the process.
But starting on November 23 with a win and cover at Cleveland the Texans went on a football betting streak of four consecutive wins both straight up and against the football betting board. The reason for the Texans football betting resurgence was their 3rd ranked offense led by quarterback Matt Schaub and his favorite target Andre Johnson.
Steve Slaton provided balance with over 1100 yards rushing. The defense has not been much of a football betting strength as it ranked 21st overall. Still, the Texans have gained a lot of football betting respect with their results as of late.
With all of that offense and suspect defense Houston has been an “over” team as evidenced by their mark of 9-5 over the total.
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