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Texans vs Patriots NFL Week3 Sep 24, 2017 – CBS

Story of Week 3
Texans at Patriots

After their season ended at Gillette Stadium in the playoffs, the Texans look to prove that they are a completely
different team with J.J. Watt back in the fold. Meanwhile, the Patriots could have a star of their own returning
in tight end Rob Gronkowski to face the Texans’ vaunted D.

The New England Patriots will return to Gillette Stadium this week when they face the Houston Texans.The
Patriots and Texans spent two days conducting joint practice sessions at the Texans summer training camp
facility at The Greenbrier in West Virgina prior to facing each other in the Week 2 preseason game at NRG
Stadium.

NFL Week 3

Texans vs atriots

Date: Sunday, September 24
Time: 1:00PM ET./6pm BST on CBS
Venue: Gillette Stadium.

Texans vs Patriots NFL Week3 Sep 24, 2017 - CBS

It’s all pointing to the Patriots as they’ve also rattled off an 18-6-3 ATS mark in their last 27 home games and
they’re also 9-1 ATS in their last 10 games as a favorite. These trends favoring New England are getting a little
out of hand and, as a result, they’ll likely be a popular bet in Week 3.

The total for the game is on the low side, especially for a Patriots game, at 43.5 points. New England is currently
on a six-game OVER streak, with those games seeing an average combined score of 56.5. In their AFC divisional
game matchup last season, the teams combined for 50 points, but the Texans offense has been inept this
season, scoring just 20 total points in two games.

2017 marks the second season in a row that the Patriots and Texans will pay two times in a season. Last year,
the Patriots faced Houston in a Thursday Night game at Gillette Stadium on Sept. 22 and won, 27-0. The two
teams met at Gillette Stadium in a 2016 AFC Divisional Playoff Game with the Patriots advancing to the AFC
Championship after a 34-16 victory. The Patriots and Texans will be playing in the regular season for the
third straight season. The Patriots won 27-6 in 2015 and 27-0 in 2016.

It’s all pointing to the Patriots as they’ve also rattled off an 18-6-3 ATS mark in their last 27 home games and
they’re also 9-1 ATS in their last 10 games as a favorite. These trends favoring New England are getting a little
out of hand and, as a result, they’ll likely be a popular bet in Week 3.

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