The Buffalo Bills (2-1) and the Houston Texans (1-2) go toe-to-toe in a Week 4 matchup. The Texans, on the moneyline to win, and the Bills, listed at on the spread, kick things off on October 3, 2021 at 1:00 PM ET on CBS. Bookmakers have installed a point total of points for the contest.
Before making a bet on this game, read this article where we give you the best available odds and break down everything you need to know about the matchup — including key metrics, injuries, weather, and more.
The betting insights in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of September 29, 2021, 1:18 AM ET. See the table below for current betting odds and CLICK HERE to bet at DraftKings Sportsbook.
Bills Vs. Texans Betting Odds
Bills Vs. Texans Player Props
Bills Vs. Texans Betting Angles
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Bills Vs. Texans Weather
The weather report for Orchard Park on Sunday is wet (light rain) and windy (16 mph), with a high temperature of 67 degrees Fahrenheit (as of 1:18 AM on September 29).
Bills Vs. Texans Injury Report
|Bryan Cox Jr.||DE||Achilles||Out|
|Deshaun Watson||QB||Not Injury Related||Questionable|
|A.J. Moore Jr.||SS||Hamstring||Questionable|
Bills Offense Vs. Texans Defense
|Bills Offense||Stats (Rank)||Texans Defense|
|31.3 (4)||Points/Gm||25.3 (18)|
|0.43 (9)||Points/Play||0.39 (19)|
|388.7 (12)||Yards/Gm||385.7 (23)|
|269.3 (12)||Pass Yards/Gm||283.0 (23)|
|127.3 (7)||Rush Yards/Gm||116.3 (18)|
|5.3 (19)||Yards/Play||5.9 (21)|
|6.3 (24)||Yards/Pass||8.0 (23)|
|4.3 (11)||Yards/Rush||4.2 (14)|
|52.2% (5)||3rd Down %||38.7% (14)|
|64.3% (13)||Red Zone %||66.7% (19)|
|3 (11)||Turnovers||5 (7)|
|4 (3)||Sacks||6 (16)|
Texans Offense Vs. Bills Defense
|Texans Offense||Stats (Rank)||Bills Defense|
|22.3 (19)||Points/Gm||14.7 (4)|
|0.37 (18)||Points/Play||0.25 (4)|
|314.7 (24)||Yards/Gm||252.7 (4)|
|228.7 (25)||Pass Yards/Gm||194.0 (4)|
|94.7 (22)||Rush Yards/Gm||74.7 (7)|
|5.2 (23)||Yards/Play||4.3 (3)|
|7.6 (16)||Yards/Pass||5.8 (2)|
|3.3 (30)||Yards/Rush||3.4 (6)|
|47.7% (6)||3rd Down %||34.1% (7)|
|77.8% (8)||Red Zone %||37.5% (4)|
|2 (3)||Turnovers||6 (4)|
|6 (13)||Sacks||9 (6)|
When The Bills Have The Ball
- The Bills have the fourth-ranked offense in the NFL (31.3 points per game), and will be facing the Texans’ 18th-ranked defense (25.3 ppg).
- Houston’s defense has racked up six sacks (16th-most in the NFL). Buffalo has given up four sacks to rank third in the league.
- The Bills’ running game ranks seventh in the NFL (127.3 yards per game). The Texans allow 116.3 rushing yards per game (18th).
- Buffalo averages 269.3 passing yards per game (12th in the NFL) compared to the 283.0 per game Houston allows (23rd in the league).
When The Texans Have The Ball
- The Texans rank 30th in the NFL averaging 3.3 yards per carry. The Bills give up 3.4 per rushing attempt (sixth in the league).
- Houston’s 228.7 passing yards per game ranks 25th in the NFL. Buffalo’s defense allows 194.0 through the air (fourth in the league).
- The Bills’ defense gives up 4.3 yards per play (third in the league). The Texans’ offense averages 5.2 (23rd).
- Houston has the 24th-ranked offense in the NFL in terms of yards per game (314.7), and will be up against a top-10 defense in that category, the No. 4 ranked Buffalo (252.7).
Bills Betting Trends And Insights
- Buffalo has covered twice in three chances against the spread this season.
- Games featuring Buffalo have hit the over once this season.
- Buffalo’s matchups have gone over 48 points only once this season (in three outings).
- The Bills have won two of the three games they were favored on the moneyline this season (66.7%).
Texans Betting Trends And Insights
- Houston has won two games against the spread this season.
- This season, games featuring Houston have hit the over twice.
- Houston has combined with its opponent to score more than 48 points just twice this season.
- This season, the Texans have won one out of the three games in which they’ve been the underdog.
Bills Players To Watch
- Josh Allen has 807 passing yards (269.0 per game) and a 62.2% completion percentage (79-for-127) while tossing seven touchdowns and one interception. He also leads his team with 88 rushing yards on 18 attempts (plus one touchdown), averaging 29.3 YPG.
- Devin Singletary has taken 35 carries for a team-leading 180 rushing yards (60.0 YPG) and one touchdown.
- Cole Beasley has 23 catches (30 targets) and paces his team with 194 receiving yards (64.7 ypg).
- Emmanuel Sanders has also tacked on 194 yards, on 11 catches plus two touchdowns. He averages 64.7 receiving yards per game.
- Stefon Diggs is averaging 63.7 yards per game, with 19 catches for 191 yards and one touchdown.
- Gregory Rousseau has registered a team-leading 2.0 sacks, while adding 3.0 TFL and 11 tackles.
- Micah Hyde leads the team in both tackles and interceptions, totaling 18 tackles, 2.0 TFL, 1.0 sack, and one interception over the course of the current campaign.
Texans Players To Watch
- Mark Ingram II has 46 attempts for a team-high 147 rushing yards (49.0 per game) and one touchdown.
- So far this season David Johnson has run for 46 yards on 11 carries (15.3 yards per game).
- Brandin Cooks has grabbed 23 passes for a team-high 322 yards and one touchdown. He has been targeted 32 times, and averages 107.3 yards per game.
- Pharaoh Brown has tacked on 67 yards on four catches. He has been targeted six times and averages 22.3 receiving yards.
- Jordan Akins has caught five passes on nine targets for 49 yards, averaging 16.3 yards per game.
- Whitney Mercilus has 2.0 sacks to lead the team, and has also racked up 3.0 TFL and seven tackles.
- Zach Cunningham has collected 28 tackles, and he’s tops on his team in tackles.
- This season Justin Reid leads the team with two interceptions and has added eight tackles and two passes defended.
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