Texans Double Digit Dogs For 7th Time In 2022

  • The Houston Texans have -110 odds to cover a +14-point spread against the Kansas City Chiefs.
  • The Texans have now been 10+ point underdogs seven times since 2022 began.
  • The Chiefs have been a 10+ point favorite three times this season.

HOUSTON – Another week in the NFL, another week where the Houston Texans are double-digit underdogs on the season. With their +14-point spread to the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 15, this now marks the seventh time this year where Houston is a 10+ point underdog.

Although online sportsbooks have high expectations for the Chiefs in this one, many should hold off and consider the Texans side of the line being that they have done a great job going up against a 10+ point spread this season.

In the six games prior where they’ve gone in as a double-digit underdog this season, they have an impressive ATS record of 4-2 and are coming off of a +17 cover against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 14.

As a whole, this season, Houston has gone 5-7-1 against the spread and have generally kept things close against their opponents despite NFL sportsbooks having serious doubts about them. They have an average losing margin this season of -7.9 points and a cover margin of -0.2. Those that have been tailing the Texans on the spread whenever they are a double-digit underdog this season have enjoyed a cool $164 profit when betting $100.

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Chiefs Struggling with Big Margins

On the Chiefs side, they’ve been a 10+ point favorite three times this season and have gone 1-2 ATS, however, they’ve gone 3-0 S/U in those games. Since 2020 the Chiefs have been a favorite of 10 points or more 12 times and have gone 5-7 ATS in that span.

While they sit with a 10-3 record overall this season, their play ATS has been dreadful with one of the worst records in the league at 4-8-1, and have currently failed to cover in each of their last four games. They are only averaging a winning margin this season of 6.6 points.

Texans To Cover 14 Points