- The Houston Texans have the lowest win total in the NFL with -125 odds on Under 4.0.
- The Texans are also last in Super Bowl odds at +30000 and to make the playoffs at +800
HOUSTON – The Houston Texans are expected to be the worst team in the NFL in the 2021 season. Deshaun Watson was the driving force behind any of the team’s success, but just how bad will it be without him?
Houston Texans 2020 Season
The Houston Texans went 4-12 in the 2020 season despite Deshaun Watson leading the league in passing yards. Taking a 4-12 team and removing one of the best quarterbacks in the league spells trouble and is likely why the team made an effort to build through free agency.
Texans Offseason Acquisitions
- Marcus Cannon, OL
- Christian Kirksey, LB
- Maliek Collins, DT
- Tyrod Taylor, QB
- Jordan Jenkins, LB
- Terrance Mitchell, CB
- Kamu Grugier-Hill, LB
- Chris Conley, WR
- Rex Burkhead, RB
- Terrance Brooks, S
- Anthony Miller, WR
- Taywan Taylor, WR
- Rasul Douglas, CB
- Desmond King, CB
- Phillip Lindsay, RB
- Mark Ingram, RB
The list above isn’t even an exhaustive one as the team has a completely new look from a season ago. Considering the Texans allowed the third-most yards per game and most rushing yards, it’s not too surprising to see a switch up.
Houston Texans 2021 Season Odds
To put it bluntly, NFL betting sites are expecting a horrible season from the Texans. The team has the lowest win total of 4.0 with the Under having -125 odds as the favorite.
Houston has +800 odds to make the playoffs, the longest of any team. That matches the trend of the team having the longest odds to win the Super Bowl (+30000), shortest odds to have the worst regular-season record (+200) and longest odds to win the AFC South (+2500).
If Watson were to somehow make his way back on the field for Houston, the Over’s would easily hit, but that seems about as likely as the Texans going undefeated without him.
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Nick is a football fanatic with years of sports journalism experience. He achieved a degree in Broadcast/Journalism from Penn State University. When he’s not covering the latest NFL odds you can catch him debating Brady > Belichick in his free time.