Texans Super Bowl 58 Odds: Week 3
Here are the odds for the Houston Texans when it comes to their potential for postseason success. Winning the division would guarantee a playoff spot. A wildcard spot is possible if the Texans should fail to win the division.
The Houston Texans have long odds of having a successful season. They are tied with the Cardinals for the longest odds to win Super Bowl 2024 and possess the longest odds in the AFC.
When it comes to their chances of winning the AFC they remain unchanged through two weeks. A failure in a division game led to the AFC South odds getting worse for the Texans. They almost doubled the odds the Colts had last week from +700 to +1300 this week..
Making the playoffs is now a much longer shot than it was a week ago. The chances of missing the playoffs also doubled while their odds of making the playoffs got longer as well. Houston still has a chance to win the division and make the playoffs, in theory.
Texans Super Bowl Odds vs. AFC South
The Houston Texans have some stiff competition in the AFC South and the division itself has plenty of opposition if it intends to make noise this season. The Houston Texans are +40000 to win the Super Bowl, the longest in the AFC South and last in football. But their fellow divisional teams are far from favorites.
The Indianapolis Colts are +13000 to win the Super Bowl and should be considered long shots as well. The odds for the Colts improved slightly after beating the Texans. The Colts have only played divisional opponents up until this point, losing to the Jaguars and beating the Texans.
The Tennessee Titans are in a better spot than the Colts and the Texans, but not by much. The odds for the Titans to win the Super Bowl are +7500 which is much better than the Texans and the Colts, but still lagging in the overall NFL. Tennessee has the same record as the Colts.
The favorites for the AFC South are still the Jacksonville Jaguars and they remain the best chance for the AFC South to win the Super Bowl. Jacksonville's Super Bowl odds are +2500 and they will host the Texans this weekend.
Texans Week-by-Week 2024 Super Bowl Odds
In the chart below I'll be tracking the Texans' Super Bowl odds each week as the season continues to progress.
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The losing start to the season has seen the Texans drop further down the odds board. Houston already had the longest odds in the AFC, but the odds are now tied for longest in the NFL with the Arizona Cardinals.
Latest Updates Impacting Texans Odds to Win SB LVIII
The Houston Texans have some new faces on the team and will rely on those faces as they make their way through the 2023 season. Here are some notable pieces of news that have affected the odds for the Texans.
- 📆 September 17, 2023: Left tackle Laremy Tunsil missed the game against the Colts with a knee injury. He is day-to-day.
- 📆 September 15, 2023: Texans quarterback C.J. Stroud appeared on the injury report with a shoulder injury.
- 📆 September 15, 2023: The Texans announced starting safeties Jimmie Ward (hip) and Jalen Pitre (chest) would miss the game against the Indianapolis Colts. Both players are considered day-to-day.
- 📅 September 13: WR Noah Brown is placed on injured reserve with a groin injury.
- 📅 September 10: Despite holding Lamar Jackson and the Ravens' offense to 265 total yards, the Texans lose their season opener at Baltimore by a score of 25-9.
- 📅 September 10: Safety Jalen Pitre was taken to a hospital for further evaluation for a bruised lung.
- 📅 September 6: The Texans placed right tackle Tytus Howard on injured reserve. Howard will miss the first four games of the season.
- 📅 August 27: The Texans announced rookie C.J. Stroud would start for them this season. The second overall pick from the 2023 NFL Draft beat out last year's starter Davis Mills for the job.
We'll keep you up to date on all of the most important information impacting the Texans' 2024 Super Bowl odds and season, so be sure to bookmark this page and check back regularly.
Texans 2023 Schedule and Betting Lines
The Texans are the biggest underdogs in the AFC this week as they travel to Jacksonville. Houston has actually won five straight times in Jacksonville, but the odds they pull out a victory are long this weekend. The Texans might have some players return from injury, but Jacksonville is a tough matchup for the Texans with their passing attack led by Trevor Lawrence.
Looking ahead to Week 4, the spread has grown by 1 point as the Texans are now 4.5-point underdogs according to the lookahead line.
Key Contributors Toward Texans Super Bowl Odds
The Houston Texans have a team full of new players that they will rely on to lead them through the 2023 season. Rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud is the most important and notable of the new members of the Texans. Stroud was the second overall selection in the 2023 NFL Draft and will be the team's starting quarterback this season. The former Ohio State quarterback easily won the starting job in the preseason where he showcased his trademark accuracy.
Fellow rookie and top pick Will Anderson is also someone to pay close attention to this season. Anderson was the third selection, right behind Stroud, in the 2023 NFL Draft. The former Alabama defensive lineman should be a tough player to block for opposing teams.
Veteran Denzel Perryman is two years removed from a Pro Bowl season at linebacker but is healthy again. Perryman was solid before his injury last year and looks to anchor the linebacker group for the Texans which includes second-year player Christian Harris. Harris has a high upside for the team at linebacker and is another Alabama product like Anderson.
Where Can I Bet on the Texans to Win the Super Bowl?
You can bet on the Texans to win the Super Bowl at most major sportsbooks, including DraftKings, BetMGM, Caesars, and FanDuel. Make sure to only trust legal sportsbooks when looking for odds.
Unfortunately for fans of the team living in the state, Texas sports betting is not currently legal and frankly isn't close to launching. It can be tempting to sign up for an offshore sportsbook, but we strongly advise against that. Because offshore sportsbooks have no oversight, there's no protection for you as a customer. These betting sites can sell your personal information, deny withdrawals, and close out your account with no recourse.
It's not fun, but you'll either have to wait for legal sports betting to come to Texas or travel to another state to get any action in on the Texans.
Texans Super Bowl LVIII Outlook and Predictions
The Houston Texans need some luck to start going their way to make it the the Super Bowl. Injuries have ravaged the team, especially on the offensive line. The Texans have started four backups already on their offensive line in just two games. Despite the issues up front, rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud has impressed. The rookie is currently fourth in passing in the NFL.
If the Texans have designs on making a run this season the team needs to get healthy, but it also must play better. The new defense of DeMeco Ryans faired poorly against the Colts and has plenty of tough challenges left on their schedule. If the defense can play better, the Texans should stay in games longer than they have in the past.
Sticking around in the games should allow C.J. Stroud to continue his impressive passing showcases and if the rushing attack gets on track the Texans will be a tougher out each week than expected. While there are hopes for the offense and the defense, the process could take time. It may be a team that clicks when their playoff hopes are barely alive.
Texans Super Bowl History
The Houston Texans have been in existence since 2002. Houston was awarded an expansion team less than a decade after the Houston Oilers moved to Tennessee. The Texans are set to play their 21st season in the NFL.
Have the Texans Ever Won the Super Bowl?
No, the Houston Texans have never won the Super Bowl. The Texans are one of the 12 teams to have never won a Super Bowl. The organization has been around since 2002 when they played their first season. They have won six division titles but zero Super Bowls.
How Many Super Bowls Have the Houston Texans Won?
The Houston Texans have won zero Super Bowls. Houston has won the AFC South six times in the organization's 20 seasons, but they have zero Super Bowl wins.
Which Years Did the Texans Go to the Super Bowl?
The Houston Texans have never gone to the Super Bowl.
How Many Times Have the Texans Been to the AFC Championship Game?
The Houston Texans have never been to the AFC Championship Game. The closest the team came was in 2019 when they led the Kansas City Chiefs 24-0 in the Divisional Round of the playoffs, but the Texans lost that game.
Texans Preseason Super Bowl Odds Every Year Since 2002
The Houston Texans have had relatively long Super Bowl odds in the franchise's short history. The Texans sat at +20000 prior to the 2023 season starting, which is actually an improvement on where they were the two previous seasons.
Here's a look at where their odds sat in the preseason every year since becoming an NFL franchise.
Houston Texans Super Bowl FAQs
The odds for the Houston Texans to win the Super Bowl are +40000. The +40000 means there is an implied winning percentage of 0.2% for the Texans this season. They are tied with the Cardinals for the worst Super Bowl odds.
The odds for the Houston Texans to win the AFC Championship are +15000. It is the longest odds in the AFC. The odds imply a winning percentage of 0.7% for the Texans in their quest to win the AFC.
The odds for the Houston Texans to win their division which is the AFC South are +1300. The Texans have better odds to win their division than six teams across the NFL landscape.
You can bet on the Texans to win the Super Bowl at most major sportsbooks. Options include DraftKings, BetMGM, Caesars, and FanDuel. Sports betting is not legal in the state of Texans so bets will need to be placed in another state.
The Houston Texans have never won the Super Bowl.
The Houston Texans have never appeared in the Super Bowl.
Cody Stoots is the owner of Houston Football covering the Houston Texans daily on his site and on YouTube. He previously worked in radio for SportsRadio 610 and ESPN 97.5 covering the Texans and Houston sports. He is a proud graduate of Texas Tech and a Heisman Trophy voter.