Packers vs. Texans Week 6 Free Pick

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HOUSTON, TX (ATS Consultants) – In what some consider a “must win” situation, the Packers will travel to Houston tonight to take on the Texans at 8:20PM ET. Which team will cover?

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NFL Odds: According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, the Texans are 3.5-point favorites over the Packers, while the over/under total is currently sitting at 47.5 points. Green Bay is 2-3 overall and 0-2 on the road, while Houston is 5-0 overall and 2-0 at home.

Line Movement: The Texans opened as a 4.5-point favorite but the spread has been bet down a full point to 3.5. The total, meanwhile, has dropped from 48.5 to 47.5 at most books.

Public Betting: Of the wagers currently placed on this game, 55% of NFL public bettors currently favor the Packers. This information is subject to change leading up to kickoff, however, so make sure you click on the link provided for the most up-to-date NFL public betting numbers.

NFL Playoff Free Pick: Take the over. According to latest NFL trends, Green Bay is 12-4 OVER last 16. Houston is 24-11-2 OVER last 37 following an ATS loss.. The Packer are in serious trouble at 2-3 and now they face one of the best teams in the league on the road. Green Bay blew a 21-3 lead last week against Indianapolis on the road, as they allowed a rookie quarterback in Andrew Luck to throw for 345 yards and the offense to put up 464 yards. Not a great sign when you have to face Matt Schaub and a very explosive Texans’ offense that put up 30 against Miami at home and 38 against Tennessee at home. They were "held" to just 23 points against the Jets on the road last week. The Packers will take advantage of the loss of LB Brian Cushing (knee).

2012 NFL FREE PICK: PACKERS/TEXANS OVER 47.5

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