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The NRG Stadium and the Arrowhead Stadium located in the cities of Houston and Kansas City respectively will be the scenarios of two of the top NFL Sunday action as the regular season wraps up this weekend.
The Houston Texans (AFC South conference 2nd place) will be hosting the game versus the Jaguars (AFC South conference 3rd place).
This could very well be the last Houston Texans game of the 2014 season, which sadly means this could well be the last “Three and Out” of the season. In the likely event the trifecta of a Texans win/Browns win/Chiefs win doesn’t happen on Sunday afternoon, this will be the final “Three and Out” of the 2014 campaign.
Some of the game predictions state that:
Keenum will play better against the Jaguars than he did against the Ravens, which is to say he’ll complete 58% of his passes, break 200 yards passing, and will throw for a TD (along with an INT). source: bleachreport.com
The Houston Texans will need to win their final game of the year in order to give themselves a chance to return to the postseason for the first time since 2012. And like the Texans, the Browns have had to dig deep inside their storage shed to find a quarterback healthy enough to play this week.
These are a couple of very interesting videos on the latest news on the Jaguars and the Texans as this Sunday game clash approaches
Check out these betting odds on the game:
Jacksonville Jaguars +10.5 40.5o
Houston Texans -10.5 40.5u
On the other hand, two of the AFC West Conference members – the San Diego Chargers arrive in Kansas City to meet the Chiefs for a game to remember and the most recent predictions favorite the visitors as we get closer to game time.
With Alex Smith out, Chase Daniel will play again, just like he did in Week 17 against the San Diego Chargers last season, when the Chiefs almost walked out of Qualcomm Stadium with a win and the knowledge that they’ve spoiled the season for their division rivals.
The Chiefs are still, technically, alive for the playoffs. To get in, they would need to beat the Chargers and then they’d need a lot of help. Tyler Thigpen (yes, that Tyler Thigpen) and the Cleveland Browns will need to defeat the Baltimore Ravens, and the hapless Jacksonville Jaguars will need to defeat the underrated Houston Texans. The chances of all three of those things happening is…not good. source: boltsfromtheblue.com
NFL experts have both teams are EVEN in case you would like to bet on this game:
San Diego Chargers EV 40o
Kansas City Chiefs EV 40u
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