Lines and Odds

Sport/Date
Teams
Moneyline
Spread/Total
NFL
02/04/2018
Eagles
Patriots
+175
-220
+5.5
O/U: 48
Data courtesy of Pregame.com

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WHAT IS NEXT FOR LOCAL HERO?

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What a weekend

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Cult Of Mediocrity

Patrick Creighton: Five years for O'Brien and Gaine? What were the Texans thinking?

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SIGN HIM UP

Texans reward head coach O'Brien with five-year contract

Bill O'Brien got his wish. And the Texans are married to him for the next five years. The Texans coach was given a contract extension on Saturday, and wil…

TEXANS IN TURMOIL

John Granato: With Gaine hire, Bill O'Brien has won the battle on Kirby, but can he win the war?

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KNOWN COMMODITY

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CRUNCH TIME

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The week that was

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THE AFTERMATH

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