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NFL Betting Odds - Titans at Texans

NFL betting odds have taken a turn for the worse for the Titans as they are beginning to fade in the standings and playoff race with the NFL betting lines.
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NFL betting odds handicappers have seen the Houston Texans suffer back to back heartbreaking losses in the final moments as they also continue to fade with the NFL betting lines.

The Houston Texans will host the Tennessee Titans in a must win game for both teams that will be telecast on CBS with a start time of 1:05 PM ET.  Sports-Gambling will have the side and total odds on this critical AFC South Division matchup so be sure and open a new account today.

The Texans will be looking for Lady Luck to finally smile upon them but will face an angry and hungry Titans team that also let one slip away last week.

The Tennessee Titans have fallen to a record of 5-5 both straight up and with the football betting odds with 6 of their games going over the total.  The Titans were sitting pretty in first place in the AFC South but have lost their last 3 games and now trail Jacksonville by 1 game.

The Titans suffered a bad 19-16 home loss to Washington last week as 7 point favorites.  Vince Young, who was celebrated as the savior of the season last year, is out with a thumb injury, but was beginning to struggle with a pass attack that ranks next to last in the NFL.

Backup Kerry Collins is questionable with a calf issue.  The defense has slipped to 24th overall in the NFL.  More of the offensive burden will fall on Chris Johnson, who leads the team in rushing with 968 yards and 9 TD’s.

The Houston Texans are also slumping with a 4 game losing streak as they were also once a first place team in the AFC South.  Houston has a record of 4-6 both straight up and with the football betting lines with 7 of their games going over the total.

The Texans offense ranks 7th overall in the NFL but the defense ranks next to last and has been the culprit in two incredible heartbreaking losses at the gun in the past two weeks.

Quarterback Matt Schaub has not been the same asset that he was last year with the NFL betting odds as he as a rather ordinary 13/7 TD/INT ratio with a 91.6 QB rating, far below 2009.