Buccaneers at Texans Week 9 Betting odds and predictions for this game set for Sunday, November 5, 2023. Place a bet on this game with the latest odds at YouWager.lv.
Buccaneers at Texans Week 9 Betting Odds
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Buccaneers at Texans Week 9 Betting Predictions
Here are the Buccaneers at Texans Week 9 Betting Predictions.
Buccaneers at Texans Week 9 Betting Prediction: Tampa Bay
Here is the Buccaneers at Texans Week 9 Betting prediction for Tampa Bay.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a 3-4 record as of the start of this game. The Buccaneers took on the Bills in their most recent game and lost 24–18. Baker Mayfield completed 25/42 with two touchdowns and 237 yards passed. At the end of the game, he had a QB rating of 91.1 and no picks.
Rachaad White finished with 70 yards on 7 receptions, averaging 10.0 yards per catch. For the Buccaneers, Rachaad White led the way with nine totes for 39 yards (4.3 yards per attempt). They had 62 plays that day, translating to 302 yards.
With 17 different runs for 78 yards, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers averaged 4.6 yards per attempt when running the ball. The Buccaneers failed to stop the run, giving up 115 yards on 26 attempts, or an average of 4.4 yards per rush. Tampa Bay gave up 31 completions for 312 yards on 40 tries, or a 77.5% completion percentage.
In terms of scoring, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers score 17.3 points a game on average. They rank 30th in the league with an average of 77.9 yards gained on the ground as a unit. For the season, the Buccaneers have gained 2,088 total yards.
Tampa Bay as a team has recorded 77 first downs and 50 infractions totaling 357 yards. Six times in all, they have given up the ball—four interceptions and two fumbles. Tampa Bay has scored one touchdown on the run and ten passing touchdowns when it comes to getting into the end zone.
The Bucs allow 18.3 points per game, which puts them sixth in the NFL for team defense. Throughout the season, they are giving up 3.9 yards per rush and 98.6 yards per game on the ground. They have given up 690 yards through the running game in 7 games this season.
The Buccaneers are 23rd in the league in passing yardage allowed, having given up 1,792 yards. They have allowed a completion rate of 68.2% and 256.0 yards per game through the air. They are 25th in the league in total yards allowed per game, with 354.6 yards allowed each outing.
Buccaneers Betting Insights
- In seven games this year, Tampa Bay has four victories against the spread.
- This season, the Bucs are 3-2 ATS when down by three points or more.
- This season, one out of seven set point totals in Tampa Bay’s games has gone over (14.3%).
- When playing as 3-point underdogs or greater on the road this season, Tampa Bay has a 3-0 record against the spread.
- This season, the Buccaneers’ average away point total is 43.0, which is 3.0 points higher than the game’s over/under (40).
- Tampa Bay has started five games as the underdog this season and has won two of them.
- This season, the Buccaneers have a 2-3 record when they are favored by +124 or more with bookmakers.
Tampa Bay’s Stats & Performance
|Pass yards||220.4 (1,543)||17|
|Rush yards||77.9 (545)||30|
|Points scored||17.3 (121)||30|
|Pass yards against||256.0 (1,792)||28|
|Rush yards against||98.6 (690)||10|
|Points allowed||18.3 (128)||6|
Buccaneers at Texans Week 9 Betting Prediction: Houston
Here is the Buccaneers at Texans Week 9 Betting prediction for Houston.
The Texans are 3-4 on the season going into this game. The Texans lost their most recent game against the Panthers, 15–13, on the football field. Dameon Pierce carried the ball 12 times for 46 yards, giving Houston an average of 3.8 yards per carry at the end of the game.
One of the Texans’ primary targets, Noah Brown caught three passes for 57 yards (19.0 yards per catch). Upon completion of the game, C.J. Stroud gained 140 yards on 16/24 passing while maintaining an 81.9 passer rating. With no interceptions, he managed to keep the ball out of the defense’s grasp, averaging 5.8 yards per pass attempt.
Houston gave up 44 yards on 24 run attempts (1.8 yards per carry). The Texans secondary allowed 180 yards on 22 of 31 passing attempts, good for a completion percentage of 71.0%. The Texans ran 56 plays for a total of 229 yards (4.1 yards per play) by the end of the game. Houston completed the game with 110 yards on 30 carries, averaging 3.7 yards per carry.
In terms of points scored, the Texans presently rank 20th among all football teams with 21.1 points scored per contest. To date in the season, the Texans rank 11th in the NFL with 1,670 passing yards and an average of 238.6 yards per game through throwing. They have rushed for 643 yards this season and have an average of 91.9 yards while using the ground attack.
The Houston Texans are ranked 17th in the league with an average of 330.4 yards per contest. When it comes to giving up free yards, the Houston offense ranks 21st in the league with 370 yards of penalties on 46 violations. They have yielded three fumbles, given up one pick, and managed to get 88 first downs.
The Texans rank seventh in football by giving up 18.3 points per game. They rank 23rd out of all teams because they have given up 5 passing touchdowns and 236.1 yards per game to the opposition. Throughout the season, Houston has given up 695 yards of total ground play (99.3 yards per game) and 8 rushing touchdowns.
The Texans defense is ranked sixth in football with 452 plays played. Throughout the season, their defense has amassed nine takeaways—five fumble recoveries and four interceptions. They have given up a total of 128 points thus far.
Texans Betting Insights
- This year, Houston has four victories against the spread in seven games.
- When favored by three points or more, the Texans have not covered the spread in the current campaign.
- Of the seven set point totals in Houston games this year, two have gone over (28.6%).
- This season, the Texans and their opponents have combined for 41.2 points per home game, which is 1.2 points over than the game’s stated total.
- Only once this season—in a game they lost—has Houston been the moneyline favorite.
- This season, the Texans have only bet as a moneyline favorite of -148 or less, and that game ended in a loss.
Houston’s Stats & Performance
|Pass yards||238.6 (1,670)||11|
|Rush yards||91.9 (643)||23|
|Points scored||21.1 (148)||21|
|Pass yards against||236.1 (1,653)||23|
|Rush yards against||99.3 (695)||11|
|Points allowed||18.3 (128)||6|
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Buccaneers at Texans Week 9 Betting Odds and Predictions