Houston Texans vs. Baltimore Ravens Betting Preview

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The Houston Texans vs. Baltimore Ravens betting line had the Ravens as a -4.5 favorite at home.

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The UNDER is 5-0 in the last 5 meetings in Baltimore. It is 5-1 in the last 6 meetings.  The total on this game was set at 51.5.

ABOUT THE TEXANS (6-3): Houston has its own MVP candidate at quarterback in Deshaun Watson, who is completing 70.2 percent of his passes with 18 touchdowns and five interceptions. Watson posted a perfect passer rating in a 53-32 win over Atlanta on Oct. 6 and joins Jackson as the only quarterbacks with at least 15 passing TDs, five rushing TDs and a passer rating over 100 (107.1). Watson has weapons on the outside in wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, who leads the team with 68 catches for 665 yards and four touchdowns, and Will Fuller V (34 receptions, 450 yards, three TDs), who is back at practice and could play Sunday for the first time since suffering a hamstring injury in Week 7.

ABOUT THE RAVENS (7-2): Houston will have to figure out a way to stop Baltimore's "Heisman" package, which debuted last week against the Bengals and features three former Heisman Trophy winners - Jackson, quarterback Robert Griffin III and running back Mark Ingram - in the backfield together. "All of us are pretty dangerous with the ball in our hands," Griffin, who finished off the "Heisman" play with a nine-yard run last week, told reporters. "It worked out, and that's what I was most excited about. Who knows how we'll build on this?" The high-scoring offense has the Ravens one game behind New England (8-1) for the top spot in the AFC and Baltimore owns the head-to-head tiebreaker after taking down the Patriots 37-20 in Week 9.

The home team has won the last six in this series.

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