Game day update: The game has been delayed one hour due to rolling blackouts in the Nashville area.
Kickoff of Texans-Titans is delayed one hour. 2pm ET kickoff @NFLonCBS— Andrew Catalon (@AndrewCatalon) December 24, 2022
Houston (1-12-1) continued to put up a good fight against a superior team only for it to end in disappointment. The Texans led the Kansas City Chiefs at halftime and in the third quarter before battling to tie the game 24-24 to force overtime. But the Chiefs recovered a Davis Mills fumble in overtime and needed one play, a 26-yard run from Jerick McKinnon to win the game.
Tennessee (7-7) continued its up-and-down season with a 17-14 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. The Titans got a 100-yard game and a touchdown from Derrick Henry and Ryan Tannehill had a touchdown run to pull Tennessee to a 14-14 tie in the fourth quarter. The Chargers got the ball last, however, and Cameron Dicker kicked a 43-yard field goal to win the game for Los Angeles.
The Titans are five-point home favorite at DraftKings Sportsbook with a point total of 37. Tennessee is -240 on the moneyline and Houston is betting at +200.
Texans vs. Titans
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