Updated Bills vs. Texans Odds & Line: Over/Under Falling for Saturday’s NFL Wild Card Matchup

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Updated Bills vs. Texans Odds

  • Bills Spread: +2.5 (+100)
  • Texans Spread: -2.5 (-120)
  • Bills Moneyline:  +128
  • Texans Moneyline: -148
  • Over/Under: 43.5

Odds updated of Saturday morning and via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500.

Below we’ll feature constant updates on the latest betting odds for the 2020 NFL playoff game between the Buffalo Bills and Houston Texans, which will kickoff at 4:35 p.m. ET.

Bills vs. Texans Odds & Info

3:30 p.m. ET: After holding steady at 43.5 all afternoon, the over/under has fallen to the key number of 43 at SugarHouse and William Hill, where they’re offering -110 juice if you’re interested in the over. You can still get under 43.5 (-115) at FanDuel.

The spread, meanwhile, is still at 2.5 across the market. You can buy Texans -2.5 for -110 at William Hill, or the Bills +2.5 for +100 at PointsBet.

And, finally, these are the best moneyline prices heading into the final hour before kickoff:

2:30 p.m. ET: The spread is holding steady at 2.5 across the market as we get closer to kickoff. You’ll find the best juice for the Bills (+100) at PointsBet while FanDuel, PointsBet, SugarHouse and William Hill are all offering Texans -2.5 at -115.

You’ll also find the same over/under and juice at all four books: 43.5 at -110 odds on both sides.

If you’re looking to take the underdog straight-up, William Hill has the best moneyline price at Bills +125. PointsBet and SugarHouse, meanwhile, have the best Texans moneyline at -141.

1:20 p.m. ET: There are no more Bills +3 spreads available around the market. Every sportsbook we’re tracking is now at 2.5 for the line.

PointsBet is the best place to wager on Buffalo, as they’re offering +100 juice on the spread. You can take your pick if you want to bet on the Texans -2.5, which is posted at -115 odds at FanDuel, PointsBet, William Hill, bet365, and SugarHouse.

The over/under is also now the same number/juice across the board: 43.5 at -110 odds on both sides of the bet.

PointsBet and bet365 are the best books to bet Buffalo’s moneyline, as both are offering +125 odds. Houston’s moneyline is priced the best at SugarHouse  (-141).

Noon ET: We’ve seen a little moneyline action come in on the Bills in the past hour. Multiple books are now down to +120 odds. FanDuel is the best place to bet the Buffalo ML if you’re bullish on them (+126 odds).

The spread has stayed pretty consistent, and the same holds true that we mentioned below: FanDuel or PointsBet are still offering Bills +2.5 (+100 odds), while SugarHouse is at +3 but you have a pay a higher vig (-124).

PointsBet, William Hill and bet365 all have the Texans at -2.5 (-115).

11 a.m. ET: The spread for this game continues to hover around the key number of 3. If you want to bet on the Bills, you have two choices: Take the 2.5 at (+100) odds at FanDuel or PointsBet … or pay higher juice to get +3 at SugarHouse.

Meanwhile, the best odds for the Texans are -2.5 (-115). You can find those are PointsBet, William Hill or bet365.

If you’d prefer to just target the moneyline and not mess with the spread, SugarHouse is the best book to take the Bills (+130), while PointsBet, William Hill or bet365 all have the Texans at -145.

The over/under is currently at 43.5 across the board, hovering right above the key number of 43. PointsBet has the best juice on the Under (-105). William Hillbet365 and FanDuel all have -110 odds on the Over.

Opening Bills vs. Texans Odds

The spread for this wild card matchup opened at FanDuel with the Texans as a 3-point favorite and the over/under at 42. The total has changed the most since then, getting bet up to 43.5 as of Saturday morning, while the spread has moved off the key number of 3 and down to Texans -2.5.

Bills vs. Texans Picks & Betting Coverage

Buffalo Bills Playoff History

The Bills have not won an NFL playoff game until Dec. 30, 1995, when they upended the Miami Dolphins in the wild card round. Since then, Buffalo has lost five consecutive postseason contests by an average of 8.4 points per game.

The Bills last played in a playoff game in 2018, when they lost to the Jaguars, 10-3. Tyrod Taylor was the quarterback for Buffalo in that game. Josh Allen will make his first career playoff start today against the Texans.

Texans Playoff History

This is Houston’s sixth playoff appearance since becoming a franchise in 2002. The Texans have won a game in three of their previous five postseason berths.

QB Deshaun Watson is 0-1 in his playoff career, losing last year at home to the Andrew Luck-led Colts, 21-7.

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