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Commanders Quick Betting Preview Vs. Struggling Texans Week 11

The Houston Texans (1W-7L) will take on the Washington Commanders (5W-5L) in Houston on Sunday, November 20, at NRG Stadium. Both of these rivals will be pursuing a win, so remember to place your bets and then catch the excitement live at 12:00 PM CT!

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Commanders Texans Salute to Service

For context related to this game, let’s see how the Texans and the Commanders have stacked up versus each other in the past. While these organizations have battled in one contest over the past few years, the home team, the Texans, beat their opponents. In their latest meeting on November 18, 2018, the score was 21-23 in favor of the Houston Texans.

Betting Preview

Commanders Vs. Texans NFL Week 11

Where: NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas

When: Sunday, November 20, 2022, at 12:00 PM CT

Betting On The Washington Commanders

Regular Season Record: (5W-5L) | National Football Conference Standing: 8

Washington has had some recent ups and downs and is currently Fourth in the NFC East. In their most recent game on Monday, November 14, the Commanders defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 21-32. Does that bode well for them going into their game this week?

The Commanders are averaging 232.9 passing yards and are also getting 3.9 yards per rush attempt. The team’s turnover margin is 1.0, and their average possession time this season is 32:30.

At this time, Washington will be without Carson Wentz (Finger), Milo Eifler (Hamstring), Cole Holcomb (Foot), Tyler Larsen (Back), David Mayo (Hamstring), J.d. McKissic (Neck), Bunmi Rotimi (Foot), Chase Roullier (Knee), Curtis Samuel (Shin), Wes Schweitzer (Concussion), Logan Thomas (Ribs), Chase Young (Knee – ACL + MCL), Willie Beavers (Undisclosed), Eli Wolf (Undisclosed), Phidarian Mathis (Knee – Meniscus), Tariq Castro-Fields (Knee), Josh Drayden (Undisclosed), Curtis Hodges (Thigh), Armani Rogers (Knee), and Drew White (Knee).


Commanders Chill ‘N’ Reel

Betting on the Houston Texans

Regular Season Record: (1W-7L) | American Football Conference Standing: 16

The Houston Texans have had varying victories and losses lately and are 4th in the AFC South. In their most recent contest on Sunday, November 13, the Texans were defeated by the New York Giants 24-16, and we can’t wait to see what happens next.

The Texans are averaging 219.44 passing yards and are also getting 4.64 yards per rush attempt. The team’s turnover margin is 0.78, and their average possession time this season is 28:50.

At this time, the Texans will play without Grayland Arnold (Quadriceps), Darius Anderson (Knee), Justin Britt (Personal), Michael Dwumfour (Shoulder), Jonathan Greenard (Calf), Neville Hewitt (Hamstring), Kevin Pierre-Louis (Groin), Derek Rivers (Biceps), and Derek Stingley Jr. (Hamstring).

Washington Commanders vs. Houston Texans | Moneyline, Over/Under, and Point Spread Odds Moneyline Pick: Washington Commanders (-164) at FanDuel The Washington Commanders are considered the favorite. The team enters the matchup with a winning percentage of 40%. Comparatively, the Houston Texans’ winning percentage is 11%.

Over/Under Pick: Under 40.5 Points (-106) at FanDuel

When it comes to Commanders vs. Texans betting odds, the spread for this game opened at 2.5 points and quickly moved to 3.0 points after the Commanders win over the Eagles.

Oddsmakers like Washington to win this matchup favoring them by -3 points on the spread (-110). In terms of the moneyline, the Commanders are -165 road favorites, while the Texans are +140 underdogs to win at home. The Over/Under total for his matchup is 40.5 points (-110).

Spread Pick: Washington -3 Points (-115) At FanDuel

The Washington Commanders will need to win by the amount of the spread or more in order to cover. Click here for the Washington Commanders’ Final Injury Report Vs. Houston Texans Week 11. Click here for the Commanders (5-5) Quick Preview Vs. The Struggling Texans. Tune in to watch the Washington Commanders vs. Houston Texans, 1:00 p.m. ET, airing on Fox. Is this the game where the Texans finally break through for another win? And that’s… “The Lex Of It

 
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