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PARKING: Tennessee Titans vs. Houston Texans
Sunday, Dec 15, 2019 at TBA
Sunday, Dec 15, 2019 at TBA
Tennessee Titans vs. Houston Texans
Sunday, Dec 15, 2019 at 12:00 PM
Sunday, Dec 15, 2019 at 12:00 PM
PARKING: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Houston Texans
Saturday, Dec 21, 2019 at TBA
Saturday, Dec 21, 2019 at TBA
Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Houston Texans
Saturday, Dec 21, 2019 at 1:00 PM
Saturday, Dec 21, 2019 at 1:00 PM
PARKING: Houston Texans vs. Tennessee Titans
Sunday, Dec 29, 2019 at TBA
Sunday, Dec 29, 2019 at TBA
Houston Texans vs. Tennessee Titans
Sunday, Dec 29, 2019 at 12:00 PM
Sunday, Dec 29, 2019 at 12:00 PM
AFC Wild Card or Divisional Home Game: Houston Texans vs. TBD (Date: TBD - If Necessary)
Saturday, Jan 04, 2020 at TBA
Saturday, Jan 04, 2020 at TBA
PARKING: AFC Wild Card or Divisional Home Game: Houston Texans vs. TBD (Date: TBD - If Necessary)
Saturday, Jan 04, 2020 at TBA
Saturday, Jan 04, 2020 at TBA
AFC Championship Game: Houston Texans vs. TBD (If Necessary)
Sunday, Jan 19, 2020 at TBA
Sunday, Jan 19, 2020 at TBA
PARKING: AFC Championship Game: Houston Texans vs. TBD (If Necessary)
Sunday, Jan 19, 2020 at TBA
Sunday, Jan 19, 2020 at TBA
2020 Houston Texans Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games)
Tuesday, Sep 01, 2020 at TBA
Tuesday, Sep 01, 2020 at TBA

The Houston Texans entered 2018 with moderate expectations and ended up winning the AFC South with a record of 11-5. On Wild Card weekend their season came to a crashing halt as Colts quarterback Andrew Luck picked apart their so-called “vaunted” defense, sending them home early. What did the Texans do this offseason to make sure that didn’t happen again?

In free agency, the Texans made a slew of smaller signings, which included a trio of defensive backs- free safety Tashaun Gipson, cornerback Bradley Roby, cornerback Briean Boddy-Calhoun, tight end Darren Fells, quarterback A.J. McCarron, and offensive tackle Matt Kalil. With free agency done the Texans turned their attention to the draft.

In round one of the draft, they shored up their offensive line, adding protection for quarterback Deshaun Watson with offensive tackle Tytus Howard from Alabama State. In round two they continued to shore up their secondary, adding cornerback Lonnie Johnson from Kentucky. With their second selection in round two, they went back to the offensive line, adding offensive tackle Max Scharping from Northern Illinois. In round three they added tight end Kahale Warring from San Diego State. In round five they added pass rusher depth in defensive end Charles Omenihu from Texas. In round six they went back to the secondary one more time, adding cornerback Xavier Crawford from Central Michigan. They finished their draft with running back Cullen Gillaspia from Texas A&M. The Texans rebuilt their offensive line and secondary in the offseason. Now time will tell if it makes a difference.

The Texans 2017 season got off to a very promising start. First-round draft choice quarterback DeShaun Watson, whom the Texans traded up to get, took over the starting job early in the season from Tom Savage and was the runaway rookie of the year before tearing his ACL during practice in November. The team stumbled to the finish line with a 4-12 record at the end of the season.

This offseason, the Texans first order of business was to release the all-time leading tackler in franchise history, linebacker Brian Cushing. Cushing’s play had declined, and at this point, he was no longer worth his contract. The team’s big free agency splash was the signing of safety Tyrann Mathieu. They also added wide receiver Sammie Coates and quarterback Joe Webb. In the draft, they didn’t have a first-round draft choice due to using it to trade up for Watson last year, but by the time they were done trading, they ended up with eight selections. Their first selection was early in round three when they grabbed safety Justin Reid from Stanford. This is a high-ceiling selection that could pay off big down the road. With their second selection in round three, they drafted center Martinas Rankin from Mississippi State. Rankin could very well be the guys in front of Watson for the next decade in Houston. With their third and final selection in round three, they grabbed a high-ceiling tight end, Jordan Akins from Central Florida. With their lone selection in round four, they drafted wide receiver Keke Coutee from Texas Tech, another player with a high ceiling. One thing is for sure, this is a franchise that is tired of settling for average, and they are building something here to change that.

The Texans are the newest team in the NFL, having been founded a mere 12 years ago. As the second decade of the new millennium turned, the Texans found themselves on the way up. They had finally started to win some games and they thought they had found their long term quarterback in Matt Schaub. Entering last season, everyone thought they were on the verge of greatness. The team owner thought that Texans Tickets would be selling briskly. Oh how much can change in one calendar year.

The Texans finished the season 2-14 which was the worst record in the league last season. Matt Schaub was never thought to be the best quarterback in the league, but everyone thought he was good enough. His problems really showed themselves last season and his performance got worse and worse as the season went on. Schaub was benched midseason, and is not even on the team anymore. Schaub now finds himself in Oakland, and the Texans find themselves moving on a new direction with a new head coach in Bill O’Brien. Ryan Fitzpatrick was signed to be the starting quarterback, but nobody thinks he is anything more than a placeholder until the Texans can find their long term answer.

The Texans held the number one overall selection in the draft in May. Under the circumstances, the obvious choice would be a quarterback. However their really were no quarterbacks in this draft that were considered to be that good. A year ago Teddy Bridgewater was considered to be the unanimous number one choice overall, but, as scouts got more film on him, they noticed a few flaws. It also didn’t help the Bridgewater had perhaps the worst pro day ever. Bridgewater fell all the way to the Vikings with the last selection in the first round. Blake Bortles didn’t impress the Texans enough to draft him, and only the Skip Bayless’s of the world thought Johnny Manziel was worthy of being selected number one overall. So the Texnas selected Jadeveon Clowney, the defensive end from South Carolina who was thought of as the best player in this draft. The Texans are hoping Clowney can form a elite pass rushing duo with megastar J.J. Watt, who just signed a 100 million dollar extension and a player that many believe is the best defensive player in the NFL. With their second round draft choice the Texans selected offensive guard Xavier Su’a-Filo from UCLA. With their third round selection the Texans selected tight end C.J. Fiedorowicz from Iowa. In the fourth round the Texans selected Louis Nix, the defensive tackle from Notre Dame. Nix is a big man who will plug the middle of the defense in Houston. With their second selection the fourth round, the Texans selected Tom Savage, the quarterback from Pittsburgh. Savage has a pro skill set and many believe he could be the long term answer in Houston.

The Houston Texans are coming off of a season in which they went 9-7, winning the AFC South and making it to the divisional round against the New England Patriots before losing to the eventual Super Bowl champions. The Texans did this with some of the least productive quarterback play in NFL history. Brock Osweiler was so bad they traded him to the Cleveland Browns. In order for the Texans to get the deal done they had to include their second round draft choice.

The Texans sent signals to Tony Romo all offseason before Romo decided to retire. So in round one of the NFL draft, the Texans traded up, and selected quarterback Deshaun Watson from Clemson. Watson may not light the world on fire, but he could be a decent pro.

In round two, they selected inside linebacker Zach Cunningham from Vanderbilt. In round three they grabbed Texas running back D'Onta Foreman. In round four they added to their offensive line depth with Julien Davenport from Bucknell. With their second selection in round four, they went back to the defense with defensive tackle Carlos Watkins from Clemson. They finished their draft with cornerback Treston Decoud from Oregon State and center Kyle Fuller from Baylor. It is all about Watson though, and they will only go as far as Watson will take them. That is a lot to expect from a rookie quarterback.

The Houston Texans entered 2018 with moderate expectations and ended up winning the AFC South with a record of 11-5. On Wild Card weekend their season came to a crashing halt as Colts quarterback Andrew Luck picked apart their so-called “vaunted” defense, sending them home early. What did the Texans do this offseason to make sure that didn’t happen again?

In free agency, the Texans made a slew of smaller signings, which included a trio of defensive backs- free safety Tashaun Gipson, cornerback Bradley Roby, cornerback Briean Boddy-Calhoun, tight end Darren Fells, quarterback A.J. McCarron, and offensive tackle Matt Kalil. With free agency done the Texans turned their attention to the draft.

In round one of the draft, they shored up their offensive line, adding protection for quarterback Deshaun Watson with offensive tackle Tytus Howard from Alabama State. In round two they continued to shore up their secondary, adding cornerback Lonnie Johnson from Kentucky. With their second selection in round two, they went back to the offensive line, adding offensive tackle Max Scharping from Northern Illinois. In round three they added tight end Kahale Warring from San Diego State. In round five they added pass rusher depth in defensive end Charles Omenihu from Texas. In round six they went back to the secondary one more time, adding cornerback Xavier Crawford from Central Michigan. They finished their draft with running back Cullen Gillaspia from Texas A&M. The Texans rebuilt their offensive line and secondary in the offseason. Now time will tell if it makes a difference.