Texans vs. Ravens: TV schedule, radio, live stream, where to watch, odds
The Houston Texans are in a marquee matchup for their Week 11 game in Baltimore, as they are taking on the Baltimore Ravens.
The Houston Texans are coming off a bye week as they stand at 6-3 overall and leaders of the AFC South. The Baltimore Ravens controlled all aspects of their game last Sunday against the winless Cincinnati Bengals, and they are ready to host the Texans in a game of first-place teams in the AFC.
Baltimore is 7-2 overall and lead the AFC North, so with both teams having key players at important skill positions, all fans of the NFL should be focused on this AFC showdown, as it will also have some playoff implications down the road as well.
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Of course, this game features two of the very best quarterbacks in all of the NFL with the Ravens having Lamar Jackson and the Texans having Deshaun Watson. This is the matchup of the weekend for fans of football, and both have shown they are the leaders of their respective teams.
Both Jackson and Watson have MVP talk when spoken about, and both deserve to be in the race for the Most Valuable Player, because their teams wouldn’t be in first place without them on their roster. This matchup could also become a possible playoff matchup later on in the postseason as well if both teams keep up their level of play, but for this Week 11 contest, all NFL fans should be excited to watch this contest.
Below is how to watch and listen to the Texans at the Ravens.
Date: Sunday, Nov. 16
Start time: Noon CT
Location: Baltimore, MD
Stadium: M&T Bank Stadium
TV Info: CBS
Radio Broadcast: SportsRadio 610 (KILT-AM), 100.3 KILT-FM, Mega 101 FM (KLOL-FM)
Live Stream: Fubo TV, NFL Game Pass
Also for this game, the Ravens are a -4.5 point favorite against the Texans according to odds posted by The Action Network as of Sunday morning, meaning this game should be played very closely.
According to 506Sports.com the Texans at Ravens is the main CBS game for the early afternoon schedule. Scheduled to announce the game are Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts.
This should be an exciting day of AFC football for both fan bases, and for the Texans, a win like this would be another notch in the belt of big wins this season as they have already defeated the Kansas City Chiefs earlier this season.