Ravens vs. Texans: AFC Divisional Playoffs Preview, Predictions, and Weather Report

Ryan Anderson

The AFC Divisional Playoffs are getting interesting. This weekend, the Baltimore Ravens and the Houston Texans will play each other. Here is a full look at the game, with forecasts, odds, line, and spread:


With a 13-4 record, the Ravens are the favorite to win. The Texans, on the other hand, have an 11-7 record. On offense and defense, the Ravens have been great. They are ranked fourth in scoring offense (28.4 points per game) and first in scoring defense (16.5 points per game).

The Texans, on the other hand, are 12th in the NFL in total offense with 342.4 yards per game and 14th in total defense with 330.7 yards per game.


The Ravens are currently favored to win the game, with a money line of -451, while the Texans have a money line of +348.


The Ravens are 9.5-point favorites, with a spread of -9.5


The most recent Ravens vs. Texans odds from SportsLine opinion say that 43.5 points will be scored, which is the over/under.

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A lot of people have mixed feelings about the spread, but 53% of bets are on the Ravens. 54% of the bets are on the Texans, but they are 1-8 ATS in the last three years when they are favorites by 7 points or more.


It will be cold and windy for the game. The high temperature will only be 26 degrees, and the winds will pick up later in the day.

Both teams should put up a good fight, no matter what the weather is like. Anyone who wins this game will play the winner of the Bills vs. Chiefs game in the AFC Championship Game.

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