Saints at Texans Week 6 Betting Odds and Game Preview

Saints at Texans Week 6 Betting Odds and Game Preview

Saints at Texans Week 6 Betting odds and predictions for this game that set to take place on October 15, 2023.

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Saints at Texans Week 6 Betting Odds

Here are the Saints at Texans Week 6 Betting odds, brought to you by

  • New Orleans Saints -1
  • Houston Texans +1
  • Total: 42.5 Over/Under

Saints at Texans Week 6 Betting Predictions

These are the Saints at Texans Week 6 Betting predictions:

Saints at Texans Week 6 Betting Prediction: NOLA

First, we have our Saints at Texans Week 6 Betting prediction on NOLA.

The New Orleans Saints are 3-2 so far this season going into this game. The last time the Saints played football, it was against the Patriots, and they won 34-0.

Derek Carr was 18/26 passing for 183 yards and two scores. His quarterback rating was 114.7, and he didn’t throw an error in the game’s last few minutes.

With 22 runs for 80 yards, Alvin Kamara led the Saints in rushing. That’s 3.6 yards per carry. Michael Thomas left with 4 grabs for 65 yards, which is an average of 16.3 yards per catch.

At an average of 3.2 yards per carry, the New Orleans Saints ran the ball 42 times and gained 136 yards.

They had 70 plays during the game, which added up to 304 yards. New Orleans let 15 passes go through on 31 tries, which went for 111 yards and a completion rate of 48.4%.

In the running game, the Saints gave up 45 yards on 18 tries, which is about 2.5 yards per run.

So far this season, the Saints have gained a total of 1,445 yards. New Orleans has gotten 52 first downs, but they’ve also been called 36 times for 323 yards.

Louisiana has scored 4 touchdowns through the air and 3 scores on the ground when it comes to getting the ball in the end zone.

Six times, they’ve lost the ball (3 picks and 3 fumbles). They run the ball an average of 97.2 yards per game, which ranks them 20th in the league.

The New Orleans Saints score 19.2 points per game on average when they get the ball in the end zone.

This season, the Saints have given up 915 yards through the air, which is fifth most in the NFL. Giving up 183.0 yards per game through the air and 57.1% completions is what they’re making.

There have been 274.6 yards given up per game this season, which ranks them fourth in the National Football League.

This year, teams that play each other are running for 91.6 yards and 3.9 yards on average per run. Through 5 games, they’ve given up 458 yards on the ground.

Give up 15.2 points per game, and the Saints are placed fourth in the NFL for team defense.

Saints Betting Insights

  • This year, New Orleans has only covered the spread once
  • When the Saints go into a game as a favorite of one point or more, they have lost all four times in 2023
  • So far this year, five games in New Orleans have not gone over the number of points allowed
  • When New Orleans is a 1-point or more favorite on the road this year, they are 0-1-1 ATS
  • This year, the Saints and their opponents have scored 39.8 points per road game, which is 2.2 points less than the predicted total for this game
  • This season, New Orleans has been the moneyline favorite four times. In those games, they tied twice and lost once
  • In games where the Saints were the moneyline favorite with odds of -120 or less, they went 2-1 (66.7%)

New Orleans’ Stats & Performance

Stat Average (Total) Rank
Pass yards 191.8 (959) 24
Rush yards 97.2 (486) 20
Points scored 19.2 (96) 21
Pass yards against 183 (915) 4
Rush yards against 91.6 (458) 8
Points allowed 15.2 (76) 4

Saints at Texans Week 6 Betting Prediction: Houston

Second, we have our Saints at Texans Week 6 Betting prediction on Houston.

The Texans are 2-3 so far this season going into this game. The Texans lost their last game to the Falcons by a score of 21–19. In the end, C.J. Stroud threw for 249 yards and one score on 20/35 attempts, giving him an 88.9 quarterback rating.

He didn’t give the defenders any interceptions and averaged 7.1 yards per pass.

They had seven receptions for 65 yards, with Dalton Schultz getting the most (9.3 yards per catch).

Dameon Pierce carried the ball 20 times for 66 yards, giving Houston an average of 3.3 yards per run at the end of the game. After 58 plays, the Texans gained 313 yards, or 5.4 yards per play.

Houston ran for 2.8 yards per carry and gained 64 yards on 23 carries by the end of the game. Houston let the other team run 36 times, gaining 96 yards (2.7 yards per carry).

It was 76.3% success rate for the Texans’ pass defense, who gave up 351 yards on 29 out of 38 passes.

With an average of 357.4 yards per game, the Houston Texans are ranked 11th in the league. They run the ball for 413 yards so far this season, which is 82.6 yards per game on average.

Their defense has recovered two fumbles and not given up an interception. They have also gained 69 first downs.

The Houston attack has given up 271 yards in penalties for 33 violations, which puts them 10th in the league in terms of helping the other team. There have been 1,374 passing yards for the Texans so far this season, which is the third most of any NFL team.

They average 274.8 passing yards per game. The Texans score 23.0 points per game, which is the 13th most in football.

They give up 226.4 yards per game and three scores through the air, which ranks them 18th out of all teams. This season, Houston has given up 562 yards running (112.4 yards per game) and 8 touchdowns rushing to the other team.

Over the course of the season, they’ve given up 100 points. Seven turnovers have been made this season, with four fumbles and three picks.

The Texans’ defense has played 313 plays, which ranks them 19th in the NFL. They are ranked 11th in the NFL because they give up 20.0 points per game.

Texans Betting Insights

  • Three of Houston’s five games have been won against the spread
  • In their five games this season as losers by one point or more, the Texans are 3-2 against the spread
  • This year, two of five games in Houston have gone over the amount, which is 40%
  • Since the beginning of the season, Houston has won two of the four games it was behind in the odds
  • The Texans have won two of their four games this season when they were favored by at least 100 points

Houston’s Stats & Performance

Stat Average (Total) Rank
Pass yards 274.8 (1,374) 3
Rush yards 82.6 (413) 27
Points scored 23 (115) 10
Pass yards against 226.4 (1,132) 18
Rush yards against 112.4 (562) 17
Points allowed 20 (100) 11

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Saints at Texans Week 6 Betting Odds and Game Preview

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