Houston Texans have microscopically low odds to win Super Bowl LVII

Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports /

The Houston Texans are one of the teams that’s the furthest away from a Super Bowl title.

In the NFL, the preparation never stops for what’s next, whether on or off the field. So, for those who are interested and daring enough, one could put money down on the Houston Texans to win Super Bowl LVII.

Per WynnBET, the  Houston Texans open at +15000 odds to win the big game at the end of the postseason in 2022. That would mean if one bet $100 on the Texans to win it all, they would win $15,000. That’s an incredible return, but it’s also doubtful the Texans make it that far.

Unless the Texans have a historic and meteoric rise like Joe Burrow and the Bengals did this season, it’s likely that not a lot of people are going to put money down on the Texans to win their first Lombardi. For more context on that previous point, The Bengals opened the 2021 season with 100-to-1 odds (+10000) to win the Super Bowl.

Imagine if they could have pulled off that win, and if anyone had made that bet, they’d be rolling in some serious cash right about now.

Houston Texans may have more betting interest down the line

Houston had a “meh” record against the spread this year, finishing with an 8-9 record. Houston also hit the over seven times last year. It doesn’t take much to see that the quality of the team is going to affect those who bet on Houston.

However, Davis Mills looks to progress with more time in the league and put the Texans in a much better spot. Houston did play a handful of teams close last season and came close to upsetting the New England Patriots and within three points of sweeping the Tennessee Titans.

With that being said, if there was an over/under for total wins on the season, that is what bettors should look to find good odds for. Houston had four losses by seven points or less, which would’ve given them eight wins on the season.

Houston should win at least six games this year if everything goes well- Let’s see what happens. In the meantime, be smart with your bets, and updated odds closer to the season will be covered when they are announced.

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