Bettors are focused on the betting contest between Houston vs. Jacksonville on Thursday Night football. The globe’s principal sports bettors accomplish the apex by scrutinizing key performance indicators in predicting the point spread picks with the performance gap analysis.
Sportsbook betting spread is Houston (-3.5) with a total of 43.5. Segregating the yards per rush records on offense, the essentials allot the plus rank to Houston by 1.4. Categorizing passing yards per catch on offense, the adding and subtracting reinforces the better corps Houston by .8. Innumerable linemakers masters profit from that stat of yards per point. Offensively the most advantageous final tallies are maintained by Houston by .6.
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But it is only the third time in 2013 it has applied this strongly. This is why it is the Thursday Night Football Game of the year! Both of the previous won and we remind you what those wins were, both obviously were also Wise Guy plays. It applies to the Texans-Jaguars side. We also have a Major play on the total. Get the picks now
Defensively the more effective throng against the run documented by yards per rush is Houston by a mere .1. Yards per reception figures make higher the defense of Houston by .8. Sums on the yards per point arithmetic give the benefit in the checkbox of Jacksonville forcing 1.7 more. Forwards to net turnover margin, the more skilled crew is Jacksonville by 8.
Yards per point is determined by dividing total yards by number of points. Offensively a lower number is considered more efficient. On defense, a higher number is better.