Chiefs vs. Texans Betting Odds, Opening Line: Market Moves Toward Houston (Sept. 10)
|Chiefs Odds||-9 [BET NOW]|
|Texans Odds||+9 [BET NOW]|
|Moneylines||-435/+335 [BET NOW]|
|Over/Under||53 [BET NOW]|
|Time||8:20 p.m. ET|
After a summer of uncertainty, we’ll have real, live, American professional football on TV Thursday.
The defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs host the Houston Texans. It’s a rematch of the Divisional Playoffs last year, when the Texans stormed out to a 21-point lead in the first quarter, only to lose 51-31.
So what has this point spread done throughout the summer, and what key metrics should you know when betting these teams? Let’s dive in.
This line hit Chiefs -10 and even -10.5 at some books like BetMGM before getting knocked down to -9.5. Late last week and over the weekend, more Houston money came in, moving the line to Chiefs -9.
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Where to Bet This Game
If you’re in a state with legal sports betting, you’ve got plenty of options.
DraftKings is offering the Chiefs at +101 points (not on the moneyline, on the point spread).
Parx (Pennsylvania only) is offering $100 if the Steelers, Chiefs or Eagles score a single touchdown.
Check out our hub for all NFL free-money promos this weekend.