The Schedule in 2013
The Houston Texans are ready to get things going in 2013 with a talented roster that is ready
to do battle with any opponent that visits Reliant Stadium in Houston, TX. The Texans are primed for a big season and have
their sights set on the AFC South crown. Houston has a bevy of tough opponents on their home schedule this season, making
for some great games for fans to enjoy.
The Texans have a big divisional matchup with the Indianapolis Colts on November
3rd. The Colts and Texans always play close games and have had some real battles in the past that have wowed the spectators
lucky enough to attend those games. The Texans will have their hands full with Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, who has looked
very sharp since entering the National Football League last season as a rookie. If the Texans can put pressure on Luck via
a consistent pass rush, it could be enough to disrupt the Indy offense. If the Texans can get their running game going against
the Indy defensive front, they should be able to send this division rival back to Indianapolis with a loss.
1st Houston will host Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in what could be the Texans' toughest test of the season. Brady
is known for picking defenses apart, and Houston could certainly use a big win against a top opponent like the Patriots. The
Texans will finish out their home schedule with the Denver Broncos and their high-powered offense. With Peyton Manning at
the help. This Denver offensive unit looks incredibly difficult to slow down, let alone stop. A lot of pressure will be on
the Houston secondary in this matchup, but if they can do their jobs then the Texans just may emerge victorious from this
The Houston Texans are a team in the National Football League and a member of the league's
AFC South division. The Texans' division rivals include the Indianapolis Colts, Tennessee Titans and Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Texans won the division title last season and are looking to repeat as AFC South champs in 2013. To do so, the team will
look for it strong ground game to set the tone on offense, as they have two very good running backs in Arian Foster and Ben
Tate. With these two bruising forces making defenses pay, there's a good chance that the Texans can thrive yet again this
season and make a deep postseason run.
There is nothing better than seeing a sporting event
live and in person. Sports have been a part of cultures around the world for a very long time, and spectators have always
enjoyed watching athletes compete at the highest of levels. When you're there in the stands at a sporting event like this
one, you're treated to seeing some of the most talented athletes in the entire world going head to head with everything on
the line. There's nothing that compares to the atmosphere at a game, where you're surrounded by fans that are all there to
enjoy a great spectacle of sport.
The National Football League is the premier sports league in the United States of
America for a reason, as it boasts some of the most incredible athletes known to man. The NFL has become renowned for its
brand of exciting football that you can't find anywhere else in the world. With quarterbacks that can put the ball anywhere
on the field, running backs that can make a move to avoid a defender and be on a breakaway for the end zone in no time, receivers
that routinely make highlight reel catches and defensive players that put some of the hardest hits on opponents game in and
game out, the NFL is simply the cream of the crop when it comes to a sports-watching experience.
People from all over
the world love the National Football League, and there is even talk of the NFL going global. There are already multiple games
played in London, England each and every season, and many people thinks it's only a matter of time before the league has teams
based in Europe. The NFL is taking over for a reason, because it's simply riveting to see a game in person when these amazing
athletes hit the field to do battle on the gridiron.
The Texans are not the first team in the National
Football League to call the city of Houston, TX home. What team left Houston before the Texans were founded?
is the Houston Oilers, who left for Nashville, TN and became the Tennessee Titans.
Texans were formed as an expansion franchise of the National Football League in 2000. The team has some early struggles, but
did well to stockpile quality young players that eventually paid dividends. The Texans rounded into form and have made the
postseason multiple times.