The Houston Texas (0-3-1) hope to continue their dominance Jacksonville Jaguars (2-2), if NFL the teams play Sunday in Florida.

The Texans lead the all-time series 27-13, having won their last eight games dating back to 2018 against their AFC South division rivals.

Here’s everything you need in terms of betting on the Texans-Jaguars game, from the point spread, money line, over/under total and expert picks (odds via Bet FOX):

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Texans @ Jaguars (1 p.m. ET Sunday, CBS)

Point Spread: Jaguars -7 (Jaguars are favored to win by more than 7 points, otherwise the Texans cover)
Cash line: Jaguars -333 favorites to win (bet $10 to win $13); The Texans are +240 underdogs to win (bet $10 to win $34)
Total points over/under: Both teams combined for 44.5 points

Houston Texas


Jacksonville Jaguars


Choose through the FOX sports betting analyst Jason McIntyre:

Houston has somehow won eight straight against Jacksonville, including twice by 14+ last year. Trevor Lawrence completed less than 57% of his passes in those two meetings last year, with three TDs and three INTs.

Jacksonville has been adjusted more than any team in the league this season, but is this young team ready to land anyone?

Thoughts on the 0-3-1 Texans, facing the easiest schedule in the NFL so far: Colts, Broncos, bears and Chargers. They all rank 10th or worse in Football Outsiders’ DVOA through four weeks. Now they’ll face a Jacksonville team that defeated the Colts and Chargers, though both limped along a bit.

But I just don’t think the Jags should put up that many points. Divisional game, points should be taken only on principle, right?

CHOICE: Texans (+7 at FOX Bet) to lose by less than 7 points (or win outright)

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