The Houston Texans look to add another win as they travel north to take on the Cleveland Browns.
The Houston Texans lead the all-time series over the Browns at a record of 7-4. Their most recent matchup was last season, in which the Browns won 10-7.
Texans fans obviously know that they beat the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 1 by the score of 37 to 21. The Cleveland Browns held a 22-10 lead over the Kansas City Chiefs but ultimately ended up losing after a Nick Chubb fumble and a bobbled snap by their punter Jamie Gillan hurt them dearly, losing the game 33-29.
Texans vs. Browns Odds Week 2
The Week 2 betting odds on WynnBET for the spread have the Texans as 12 point underdogs and -105 odds.
The total points over/under for the game are set at 48 with odds at -110 for both categories.
Those who are interested in the Money Line can take the Texans at +550 odds, and the Jaguars for -750.
Houston vs. Cleveland Prediction Week 1
This game is in the “intriguing” category based on the records of each team heading into Week 2. If the Texans had lost last week, the odds and general feeling of this game would be vastly different. However, the Texans gained 450 total yards of offense and looked way better than they were supposed to by some pundits’ standards.
Cleveland had Kansas City right where they wanted them, but turnovers cost them dearly and those are the losses that will keep you up at night. Houston will most likely stick around in this game for a while, but the ground-and-pound nature of the Browns will result in this game being opened up late.
The Browns should win this game by a score of 31-15. Give or take 3 points of that for both teams and that’s a realistic expectation. That final score won’t show how close the game really is. Expect Houston to give Cleveland all it can handle.