The 2018 NFL season is already here, and the SpotsLine Projection Model is projecting every play for every matchup from Week 1 through the Super Bowl. It also includes projection of the Patriots-Texans game.
If by any chance you haven’t hear of it, the advanced computer simulates every opening-weekend NFL game 10,000 and released the final scores. It also projected players statistics. What does it say about the Patriots-Texans matchup on Sunday? Who is the winner? Is it New England?
We have the final scores and statistics now, and let’s not forget to mention that the projections are updated every 10 minutes.
SportsLine Projection Model’s score: Patriots 28, Texans 20
Vegas line: The Patriots are at -6.5 (O/U 51)
According to the Projected Statistics, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady throws for 268 yards and two touchdowns. Tight end Rob Gronkowski is able to catch five balls for 72 yards and a score.
When it comes to Houston, Deshaun Watson passes for 300 yards, one touchdown and one interception. DeAndre Hopkins is able to get 99 receiving yards and a touchdown.
This is a positive scenario for the Patriots, and that’s the outcome they are hoping for. Head coach Bill Belichick has made a few changes of the roster, and released some of the top names. Well, he knows his job, and this is probably his way of reaching the top.
The Patriots are weak at their receiver unit, as Julian Edelman will be out of the field in the first four games. Eric Decker decided to leave the world of football, and announced his retirement. The other players will have to work with Brady, and win every game in the season.
The New England family dreams of getting big, and losing a game is not on the menu. Always ask for more, right? Let’s see if they can defeat the Texans on Sunday.