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Texans vs. Seahawks Betting Odds – Week 8 NFL

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Oct/28/2017

The Texans-Seahawks betting odds had Seattle as a -7 to 7.5 favorite at home.   This line was extremely fluid and moving towards the -8.

Texans vs. Seahawks

Seattle was seeing 60% of the betting action here.  This game had some decent volume coming its way.  Houston will try to climb above the .500 mark in hopes of trying to compete in the AFC South. 

The line had drifted upwards from -5 to -6.5 by Saturday morning, then to -7 and -7.5 by Saturday evening.  

The line should only be -4.5 for this one but beware of the controversies and all the distractions surrounding the Texans owner making disparaging comments about his players.

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