Yes, we are still quite aways from Super Bowl LIV. However, it is never too soon to bet on Super Bowl 2020. Today we cover the highest bonuses and latest odds for betting on Superbowl LIV.
The Texans took quite the drop in 2017 after two straight years of postseason berths. It was an injury-riddled season for the NFL as a whole and the Texans were at the forefront. They lost close to 20 players on Injured Reserve including key starters on both sides of the ball like J.J. Watt, Whitney Mercilus, and Derek Newton. DeShaun Watson’s torn ACL was the final straw on a lost season.
Tom Savage and T.J. Yates were miserable to watch under center the rest of the season.
Much like the Packers, next season will prove to be a different mission for the Texans. They have almost an entire team returning from injury. It’s not just your average Joe’s returning but players like Watt will bring a noticeable difference. Right away the Texans will have increased confidence knowing they have a healthy roster heading into OTA’s and training camp. This news impacts odds to bet on Super Bowl 2020.
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Football is a violent sport and with it comes injury but rarely do we see what happened to the Texans in 2017. That amount of injuries is unheard of and I could bet all my money the same won’t happen again one year later.
The AFC South was dominated by the Titans and Jaguars in 2017 but next season will be a different story. Now that Bill O’Brien has found his franchise quarterback, the Texans become a complete team in the division. They will pose a major threat to the dominant Jacksonville defense that demolished opponents.
It’s never an easy road in the AFC with Tom Brady always in the way but the Texans have the talent to put up a fight and possibly upset their way to Atlanta next season. Every NFL team has their eyes set on the new quarterback in Houston, as it is going to be interesting to see who can actually stop this duo-threat quarterback.