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Houston Texans
First Season
2002
Team History
Houston Texans (2002-present)
Conference/Division
National Football League (2002–present)
  • American Football Conference (2002–present)
    • AFC South (2002–present)
Venue
NRG Stadium (2002-present)

The Houston Texans are a professional American football team in the National Football League, based out of Houston, Texas.

Publications

Home programs by season

2000s

Week Date Opponent Venue
2002
Week 1 September 8 vs. Dallas Cowboys Reliant Stadium
2003
preseason August 9 vs. Denver Broncos Reliant Stadium
Week 6 October 12 at Tennessee Titans The Coliseum
Week 10 November 16 at Buffalo Bills Ralph Wilson Stadium
Week 11 November 23 vs. New England Patriots Reliant Stadium
Week 15 December 21 vs. Tennessee Titans Reliant Stadium
Week 16 December 28 vs. Indianapolis Colts Reliant Stadium
2005
Week 2 September 18 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Reliant Stadium
Week 15 December 24 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars Reliant Stadium
2006
Week 2 September 17 at Indianapolis Colts RCA Dome
Week 5 October 15 at Dallas Cowboys Texas Stadium
Week 7 October 29 at Tennessee Titans LP Field
Week 12 December 3 at Oakland Raiders McAfee Coliseum
2007
Week 5 October 7 vs. Miami Dolphins Reliant Stadium
2008
preseason August 22 at Dallas Cowboys Texas Stadium
Week 1 September 7 at Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field
Week 4 October 5 vs. Indianapolis Colts Reliant Stadium
Week 8 November 2 at Minnesota Vikings Metrodome
Week 12 December 1 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars Reliant Stadium
Week 14 December 14 vs. Tennessee Titans Reliant Stadium
2009
Week 11 November 29 vs. Indianapolis Colts Reliant Stadium

2010s

Week Date Opponent Venue
2010
preseason August 28 vs. Dallas Cowboys Reliant Stadium
2011
Week 11 November 27 at Jacksonville Jaguars EverBank Field
Week 16 January 1, 2012 vs. Tennessee Titans Reliant Stadium
2012
Week 4 September 30 vs. Tennessee Titans Reliant Stadium
Week 8 November 4 vs. Buffalo Bills Reliant Stadium
Week 10 November 18 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars Reliant Stadium
Week 14 December 16 vs. Indianapolis Colts Reliant Stadium
postseason January 5, 2013 vs. Cincinnati Bengals Reliant Stadium
2013
preseason August 9 at Minnesota Vikings Metrodome
Week 3 September 22 at Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium
2015
Week 1 September 13 vs. Kansas City Chiefs NRG Stadium
Week 5 October 8 vs. Indianapolis Colts NRG Stadium
Week 7 November 1 vs. Tennessee Titans NRG Stadium
2016
Week 5 October 9 at Minnesota Vikings U.S. Bank Stadium
2017
Week 7 October 29 at Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field
2018
Week 1 September 9 at New England Patriots Gillette Stadium
Week 5 October 7 vs. Dallas Cowboys NRG Stadium
2019
preseason August 8 at Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field
preseason August 24 at Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium

Media guides and yearbooks

All media guides

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2020s 2020

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2010s 2010 • 2012 • 2015 • 2016 • 2017
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