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The final round of the 2014 NFL preseason will start in less than a day and all professional football enthusiasts cannot wait to watch their favorite football teams get on the field and score touchdowns.
One of Thursday´s night opening game will be the clash between San Francisco 49ers and Houston Texans at the NRG Stadium. Houston will be hosting its final NFL preseason game after managing two consecutive victories over the Falcons and the Broncos.
Texans rookie project Tom Savage is unknown quantity. Savage had a come-from-behind win in the 3rd preseason game against Denver Broncos and should get plenty of reps against the similarly deep 49ers.
The following are some of the most recent Texans stats:
source: CBS Sports Texans
On the other hand, San Francisco beat the San Diego Chargers in the third preseason game, 21-7, but the first-team offense struggled miserably, as it it has most of all preseason. The 49ers have to be hoping for a vastly improved performance from Kilgore and, later in the game, a decent effort from a stopgap like guard Ryan Seymour.
Most sports betting site have already posted their betting odds for this upcoming clash, the following are the odds on both teams, a clear 85% of the predictions favoring Houston:
San Francisco 49ers +3 39o
Houston Texans -3 39u
Additionally, the last NFL game of the preseason will be taking place between two historical franchises; the Arizona Cardinals @ San Diego Chargers who will be hosting the game at Qualcomm Stadium at 10 p.m. ET.
When the Arizona Cardinals drafted Logan Thomas we all knew Thomas would be a perfect fit for Arizona. The 6’6″ 4th-round pick lit up the Houston Texans in his first NFL action, going 11-of-12 for 113 yards, a touchdown, no interceptions and a 133.7 passer efficiency rating.
On Thursday night, Thomas will start against the Chargers, whose stiff first-string defense gave the 49ers all sorts of trouble so Thomas should see plenty of action and we should be able to enjoy it.
“I felt very comfortable. Don’t get me wrong. I messed up my fair share of stuff, but I felt good, felt relaxed,” Thomas said. “A lot more relaxed than I thought I was going to be going into the game.”
These are the most updated betting odds for the last NFL preseason game of 2014:
Arizona Cardinals +3 39o
San Diego Chargers -3 39u
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