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Super Wild Card Weekend: Browns vs. Texans

The postseason kicks off with a Saturday afternoon matchup between Cleveland and Houston.

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Cleveland Browns v Houston Texans Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images

Happy Postseason!

Super Wild Card Weekend kicks off with a Saturday-afternoon matchup between the Cleveland Browns and Houston Texans down at NRG Stadium.

The Cleveland Browns and Houston Texans have only played each other 14 times in their history, with the all-time series tied at seven games a piece, and have never competed against each other in the postseason. They just faced off a few weeks ago on Christmas Eve, and the Browns ended up winning on the road, 36-22.

There are a lot of Eagles connections on both sidelines, including DC Jim Schwartz for the Browns (safety Rodney McLeod is on IR), and head coach DeMeco Ryans for the Texans, along with punter Cameron Johnston, CB Steven Nelson, and DT Hassan Ridgeway).

Here’s everything you need to know about Saturday’s game.

Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Texans

Game time: 4:30 PM EST
Channel: NBC
Online Streaming: FuboTV
Location: NRG Stadium | Houston, TX
Radio: SIRIUS: 82 (CLE), 209 (HOU), 88 (National) | XM: 226 (CLE), 225 (HOU)

Odds courtesy of DraftKings SportsBook

Cleveland Browns: -2 (-130)
Houston Texans: +2 (+110)
Over/under: 44.5 points


Which bet do you like more?

This poll is closed

  • 38%
    Browns -2
    (14 votes)
  • 61%
    Texans +2
    (22 votes)
36 votes total Vote Now

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