Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts
Lucas Oil Stadium – Indianapolis, Indiana

Sunday, December 15, 2013, 1:00 pm Eastern, TV: CBS, NFL Sunday Ticket
Opening Line: Indianapolis -6 1/2 (-105) 
Current Line: Indianapolis -5 1/2
Opening Total: 45 1/2
Current Total: 45 1/2
Opening Money Line: Colts -270 / Texans +230
Current Money Line: Colts -240 / Texans +200

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Carolina Panthers at Houston Texans
Sunday, 12/18/11, 1:00 PM EST, TV:  FOX
Opening Point Spread:  Houston -6.5
Current Betting Line:  Houston -6
Opening Total:  46.5
Current Total:  45
Odds Courtesy of Bookmaker

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New York Jets at Houston Texans
Monday, 8/15/11, 8:00 PM EST, TV:  ESPN
Opening Point Spread:  Houston -2.5
Current Betting Line:  Houston -2.5
Opening Total:  35
Current Total:  34.5
Odds Courtesy of Bookmaker

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Dallas Cowboys at Green Bay Packers
Sunday, 11/7/2010, 8:20 PM EST, TV:  NBC
Opening Point Spread:  Green Bay -7.5
Current Betting Line:  Green Bay -7
Opening Total:  44.5
Current Total:  46.5
Current Moneyline:  Green Bay -350 / Dallas +290

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1. My beloved Wolverines beat UConn today, and looked good doing it. The tournament dreams are still on life-support, but this certainly helps keep them alive. The next three games – all conference contests against good, ranked squads – will be crucial.

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For the most part, being a NFL head coach is not a place to be for long term job stability. The odd guy lasts forever, but for the most part they have precious little time – usually too little – to try to prove themselves before they get replaced by the next big thing. This season will be no different than others – some really bad coaches, and a few pretty good ones, will run out of time. The stakes are particularly high for coaches this year because of all the talent that is on the sidelines waiting for an opportunity – MikeShanahan, Jon Gruden, Bill Cowher, and so on. If I was anyone of these guys I would be looking over my shoulder all year:

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