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Thursday Night Football Betting Odds NFL Week 2: Texans vs. Bengals

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Sep/14/2017

The Texans-Bengals series does belong to Houston since 2011, with five wins out of six.  Betting odds on the Texans-Bengals game were coming in at Cincinnati -6 after opening at -3. The Texans are 7-2 ATS in their last 9 meetings.

Houston will enter this game at a disadvantage. 

That’s because Brian Cushing will be suspended for this game after violating the league's PED policy. 

Not that it really mattered as he was going to miss this game anyway after suffering a concussion.

Cushing posted 65 tackles in 13 games last year.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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