NFL picks and predictions 2013, Seahawks vs. Texans: Experts split on Houston and Seattle

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The NFL experts are having a tough time agreeing on who will win the Week 4 matchup between the Texans and the Seahawks.

The Texans will host the Seahawks in Houston in Week 4. Houston is coming off an embarrassing loss to the Ravens in which Baltimore scored in several different ways. The Texans are looking to rebound with a strong performance from Matt Schaub and the offense accompanying J.J. Watt and the defense. However, the Seahawks are undefeated and will prove to be a tough task with their balanced attack on offense and suffocating defense.

The NFL experts are split on this matchup featuring two talented teams. The experts at CBS Sports are divided but in favor of the Seahawks both with and without the spread. The ESPN crew is also separated in its picks, but barely lean toward Seattle with a vote of 7-6.

SB Nation's five-man panel is also split, but like everyone else, favors Seattle with a count of 3-2.

The Texans will host the Seahawks at 1 p.m. Sunday on FOX.

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