Houston Texans Odds
The Houston Texans are one of the youngest franchises in the National Football League but already have a legion of fans and sports bettors ready to put some money down across Texas.
As far as betting goes, the Texans, who joined the NFL in 2002, are one of the more unpredictable teams in professional football. On any given week, they can dominate an opponent or get blown out.
Below, check out this week’s Houston Texans odds and more on how to bet on the Texans at legal online sportsbooks.
Today’s Houston Texans odds: point spreads, moneyline and totals
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Texans Super Bowl odds, AFC Championship odds
Below, see the best Texans Super Bowl odds you can find across all TX online sportsbooks (once legalized). Click on any odds to go directly to the particular sportsbook.
Davis Mills MVP, props odds
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Bet on Texans player props & futures
Betting on QB1 is a lot of fun, but it’s not the only way you can bet on the NFL and get in on individual or team betting for the Texans. Here are a few examples of bets you might come across at top Texas online sportsbooks, such as BetMGM Sportsbook, Caesars, DraftKings online sportsbook and the FanDuel app:
- NFL Most Valuable Player: CJ Stroud +15000
- NFL Coach of the Year: DeMeco Ryans +2500
- AP NFL defensive rookie of the year: Will Anderson +400
- AP NFL offensive rookie of the year: CJ Stroud +900
Futures bets are a lot like player props but focus on what accolades and awards players receive. Player props, on the other hand, are focused on well a player performs. Here are some examples:
- NFL Rushing Leader: Dameon Pierce +3000
- NFL Passing Leader: CJ Stroud +8000
- NFL Sacks Leader: Will Anderson +6000
- NFL Thrown Interceptions Leader: CJ Stroud +1600
- Over/under 6.5 Houston Texans wins for the season O +116 / U -142
- Houston Texas to make the playoffs: +520
- AFC champions: Houston Texans +8500
- AFC South Division Champions: Houston Texans +1000
Houston Texans coaches
The Houston Texans haven’t had a long list of coaches in their history, though the 2022-23 season brought some new faces aboard. Here’s the Texans coaching staff as well as the various head coaches in the history of the organization.
- Head coach: DeMeco Ryans
- Defensive coordinator: Matt Burke
- Offensive coordinator: Bobby Slowik
- Special teams coordinator: Frank Ross
Here is a list of all of the coaches in the history of the Houston Texans NFL franchise:
|Romeo Crennel||2020-2021 (interim)|
|Wade Phillips||2013-2014 (interim)|
Where is NRG Stadium?
The Houston Texans play their home games at NRG Stadium, formerly known as Reliant Stadium. It was the first-ever NFL stadium with a retractable roof.
- Address: 1 NRG Parkway, Houston, Texas
- Owner: Harris County Sports and Convention Corporation
- Operator: ASM Global
- Capacity: 72,220
- Opened: Aug. 24, 2002
- Construction cost: $352 million
- Other events: Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo (2003-present), Texas Bowl (NCAA, 2006-present), and the Texas Kickoff Game (NCAA, 2013-present).
How to watch and listen to Houston Texans games
Interested in watching or listening to some NFL games featuring the Houston Texans? We’ve put together a list of all the places the Texans will have their games this upcoming season.
- Over the air, cable or satellite: CBS, Fox, NBC, ESPN, NFL Network, NFL Red Zone, DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket
- Mobile streaming: Texans app, CBS All Access, Fox Sports, NBC Sports, ESPN, Amazon Prime Video, DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket, NFL mobile app, NFL Game Pass
- Listen via online, mobile and radio: Texans app, NFL Game Pass, Westwood One, Sirium XM, TuneIn
A brief history of The Houston Texans
The Texans are one of the youngest teams in the National Football League, having started in 2002 as an expansion organization. Below we’ve put together a brief timeline of the history of the Texans:
- 2023: Texans pick Alabama DL Will Anderson and Ohio State QB CJ Stroud in first round of NFL draft.
- 2022: Lovie Smith is hired as the Texans’ new head coach.
- 2021: David Culley is hired as the team’s new head coach and fired following his single season at the helm.
- 2020: Bill O’Brien is fired after an 0-4 start to the season and replaced by interim head coach Romeo Crennel.
- 2018: Team owner Bob McNair dies in November, passing the ownership of the team to his wife Janice and son Cal.
- 2015: Texans win their third-ever AFC South championship and make the playoffs.
- 2013: Gary Kubiak is fired with three games left in the season and replaced by former Penn State head coach Bill O’Brien.
- 2012: Houston repeats as AFC South champs, and J.J. Watt is selected as the NFL Defensive Player of the Year.
- 2011: Houston wins the AFC South title and chooses J.J. Watt in the NFL Draft.
- 2010: Houston makes the playoffs for the first time in team history.
- 2006: Receiver Andre Johnson led the NFL in receptions with 103. Gary Kubiak, a Houston native, is hired as the team’s head coach after Dom Capers is fired.
- 2002: Houston plays its first game ever, and it just so happened to be against the Dallas Cowboys.
- 2001: The Texans announce the hiring of their first-ever coach, Dom Capers, after being inaugurated into the NFL.
Houston Texans FAQ
According to TicketIQ, the average price for a ticket to a Houston Texans home game was $190 in 2021, a decrease of five percent from the previous year.
Janice McNair and son Cal McNair became owners of the Texans in 2018 following the death of Bob McNair.
In 2022, Statista reported the Houston Texans were valued at approximately $3.7 billion.
As of preseason 2022, the Houston Texans are looking to quarterback Davis Mills to lead their team. Mills was selected by the Texans in the third round of the 2021 NFL Draft. He played his college football at Stanford.
As of July 2022, the Houston Texans have never had a chance to win a Super Bowl title. Super Bowl XXXVII was hosted in Houston’s stadium in 2004, as was Super Bowl LI in 2017.
The name “Texans” has been used by several now-defunct football franchises over the years. In 2001, the then-owner of the Houston franchise said the name and the logo of the team were designed to “embody the pride, strength, independence and achievement that make the people of Houston and our area special.”
Arian Foster, who played for the Texans from 2009 to 2015, is the career record holder for rushing touchdowns for the franchise with 54. The next person on the list is Domanick Williams, who played only from 2003 to 2005 and collected 23 rushing scores.