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Early Las Vegas oddsmakers are not especially favorable to YOUR Houston Texans.

Tennessee Titans v Houston Texan
Deshaun Watson and the guy who drafted him.
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I get emails. It’s true. Here’s part of one I got on Monday from sportsbettingdime.com (click the link at your own risk, but there’s the link) outlining the current odds for which NFL team will win the Super Bowl in 2020(or 2021, if you’re being technical):

ODDS TO WIN SUPER BOWL 55

1. Chiefs: 7/1

2. Ravens: 8/1

3. 49ers: 10/1

4. Saints:10/1

5. Patriots: 15/1

6. Seahawks: 19/1

7. Steelers: 19/1

8. Vikings: 22/1

9. Cowboys: 22/1

10. Eagles: 24/1

11. Packers: 24/1

12. Rams: 24/1

13. Titans: 30/1

14. Bills: 32/1

15. Texans: 32/1

16. Bears: 40/1

17. Colts: 42/1

18. Falcons: 45/1

19. Buccaneers; 46/1

20. Chargers: 48/1

21. Jets: 50/1

22. Browns: 52/1

23. Raiders: 70/1

24. Broncos: 75/1

25. Panthers: 80/1

26. Cardinals: 90/1

27. Giants: 95/1

28. Dolphins: 100/1

29. Lions: 100/1

30. Bengals: 125/1

31. Jaguars: 150/1

32. Redskins: 150/1

Wow. Vegas has as much trust in TE Josh Allen leading the Bills to be the Lombardi Trophy as it does the Texans. Then, Vegas is only marginally more faithful in Bill O’Brien than it is Mitch Trubisky developing.

Perhaps most insultingly, Vegas is a bigger believer in Ryan Tannehill and the BE-SFs than the Texans. That’s not acceptable.

Deshaun Watson is good for an extra win or two with his wizardry but, so far, Vegas is looking for more of the same from the Houston Texans in 2020: blinding, boring mediocrity.