Texans' Super Bowl odds holding steady

April, 9, 2014
Apr 9
12:35
PM ET
ESPN Insider Dave Tuley took a look at Las Vegas odds for the Super Bowl, offering his thoughts on the best bets to make for Super bowl XLVIII.

He notes that there hasn't been much change to each team's odds since February when he first looked at the odds for next year's game. The Texans fit right in with that theme.

The Texans have remained at 30-1, second in the division to the Indianapolis Colts who checked in at 25-1 on April 7. Tuley cited Indianapolis as a team that might be worth a flier, "unless the Texans finally play up to their potential." The Titans' Super Bowl odds are 60-1 and the Jaguars' are 200-1.

There hasn't been a blockbuster move and certainly nothing unexpected by Houston this offseason. In some other teams' cases this trend is a little more interesting, for example, the Eagles' odds haven't moved much since February despite their release of DeSean Jackson.

Tania Ganguli

ESPN Houston Texans reporter

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