Confrontation which closes the first week of action in the NFL. Houston Texans goes west to the San Diego Chargers, in a showdown for the AFC Conference.
Here we are dealing with two completely different teams, and teams with other goals for this season. Home Chargers have entered a renewal phase as they changed their coach and general manager in the summer, and invested a few new guys for the season without making any special transcripts. The team finished 7 / 9 last season and 3 / 5 at home, with aggressive aggression and ugly cover against everyone. The moves that took place this year do not improve the team, which will take time to bind and get something positive on the grass.
Houston enters the season with a goal, and this is the presence at this year's Super Bowl. A good record last season with 12 / 4 finished off against the Patriots. Houston managed to keep his basics in the summer and add remarkable players to help the team. Significant Ed Rade's transliteration from Ravens to the defense, while the attack added Hopkins to make a nice twin with Johnson on the wide recivers. Excellent back in defense this year's top Cushing who, along with Watt, may be among the top twins in the defense. For the running game I do not talk about it when you have one of the top running backs in the league. The team looks more balanced than ever, and full of positions.
The two teams have to meet from 2010, with San Diego getting their last matches, but we are talking about the times when Chargers had a competitive team that has been reversed now. The Chargers have not managed to cover the handicap in the last 4 in their home games, while Texans is 4-0 against the handicap in the last 4 they have given in the month of September.
Quite a big difference in capacity and quality in today's showdown. A team such as San Diego, which will reasonably be looking for a space this year, and a Houston ready to pre-compete. Both Tegucian players are so aggressive and defensive, and I think they will not have any special problems tonight in San Diego. The handicap I would say is "polite" as Houston can win a double-digit victory today.
Houston Texans -3.5 @ 1.88, Netbet.