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The Houston Texans were a bit of a contradiction in 2013, and in more ways than one.

They started the season with an exciting team on paper: quarterback Matt Schaub was a trendy fantasy league pick; so was wide receiver Andre Johnson, as he always is. Running back Arian Foster had exploded in 2012 and was poised for a big 2013. Defensive end J.J. Watt and linebacker Brian Cushing were known as two of the most ferocious players on the defensive side of the ball. Even punter Shane Lechler was a well-known name in league and fan circles.


But for all the star power owned by the Texans, their 2013 campaign played out exactly the opposite of how many people expected. Houston started the season 2-0, and then promptly lost 14 straight games, which is the longest current losing streak in the NFL. Cushing only played in seven games; the team had the worst point differential (-152) in the entire NFL last season; Matt Schaub was traded to the Oakland Raiders as the organization cut ties with its once-franchise QB.


When it came to bright spots for the Texans last year…at least the people with Houston Texans tickets were treated to local product Case Keenum at quarterback?


Texans tickets saw a marked decrease in demand as the team went into the tank last season, but all is not lost for a team that was coming off of consecutive playoff berths—and successive Wild Card game wins—in the preceding seasons. Still, Houston Texans tickets might be a worthwhile investment for fans this year.


Last season’s average initial price for Texans tickets ranked 10th in the league at $251 for a NRG Stadium seat. This year, expect those prices to drop as the organization begins what amounts to a new era in Houston behind Keenum and draft picks Jadeveon Clowney and Louis Nix III.


Will Houston Texans tickets rebound over the course of the year? It’s hard to tell, but it seems unlikely. Still, the organization has the pieces in place to improve upon a disastrous 2013 season, so it’s not completely out of the question.

ton Texans tickets are your chance to see a Super Bowl contender fresh off two straight playoff appearances. Buy Texans tickets online and see some of the league’s brightest stars, including running back Arian Foster, wide receiver Andre Johnson, quarterback Matt Schaub, defensive end J.J. Watt and linebacker Brian Cushing. The Texans claimed the No. 3 seed in the playoffs the past two years as winners of theAFCSouth. Each time, they defeatedCincinnatibefore their Super Bowl hopes were dashed.

But the 2013 Texans are plenty capable of bringing home the Lombardi Trophy. Reliant Stadium will be rocking all season long, so buy Texans tickets now.

Under owner Bob McNair, the Texans entered the NFL in 2002. It took them a while to lay the foundation, but now they are one of the most consistently successful teams pro football has to offer. Buy Houston Texans tickets now and see history made as the NFL’s youngest franchise seeks to go all the way.

The Houston Texans schedule is filled with great matchups, starting with divisional games against Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts as well as tilts withTennesseeandJacksonville. The Texans also welcome the Seahawks and Rams to Reliant Stadium, in addition to hosting fellow Super Bowl contendersNew EnglandandDenver. It was the Patriots who endedHouston’s 2012 season, so look for the Texans to be highly motivated for revenge.

Buy Texans tickets online and see Foster continue to steamroll behind perhaps the NFL’s top offensive line. Foster rumbled for 1,424 yards and 15 touchdowns in the regular season last year, and has 50 regular-season touchdowns in his wondrous career. The defense is perennially outstanding under coordinator Wade Phillips, who is happy in his position with the Texans despite serving several years as an NFL head coach.

With Phillips masterfully orchestrating the defense and Foster leading the offensive attack, the Texans are a good bet to reach the Super Bowl, to be played in February 2014 inNew Jersey. Get your Houston Texans tickets now and don’t miss any of the tremendous action at Reliant Stadium!

Houston Texan tickets are going to be hot whether the home team is winning or not. Texans love their football, and they’ve already gone through the heartache of losing their beloved Oilers back in 1997. But this year fans don’t even need any special reasons to pick up Houston Texans tickets, because this year the Houston Texans are going to be good. 

The Houston Texans have been flirting with excellence for a while now. For the past few years, expectations have been high as G.M. Rick Smith has assembled the necessary pieces to build a contender. First round pick David Carr was a misfire, but current starter Matt Schaub was signed from Atlanta to right the ship in the quarterback position. Andre Johnson has steadily grown into the premier receiver in the AFC since he was drafted in 2003. And rookie surprise Steve Slaten from West Virginia quietly amassed 1282 yards last year as the team’s running back. But let’s not forget Mario Williams. The defensive end who drew boos when he was selected ahead of Reggie Bush (or is it Reggie Bust) has proven to be the better player over time. Mario Williams dominated football games at times last year, winning his first invite to the 2009 Pro Bowl.

Last year the Houston Texans set a record for season wins, posting a modest 8-8 record, but those who bought Reliant Stadium tickets were able to witness a team that got better and better throughout the year. The Texans are finally poised to make a big impact in the 2009 season. And they will have to earn their way. The team’s record earned them a schedule that will surely test the strength of this young team. This year fans can buy Houston Texans tickets against such foes as the New Orleans Saints, the Minnesota Vikings, and the New England Patriots. It’s hard to imagine a group of QB’s more fun to watch than Brees, Favre, and Brady. Williams and his Texan defenders will have their hands full at Reliant Stadium this year.

So come on out and get your Houston Texans tickets, and get ready for an unbelievable year as the city of Houston makes another march toward the top of the NFL mountain in 2009.

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Are you looking to enhance your NFL experience this season? You should try 2008 Houston Texans tickets.
The Texans are one of the NFL’s most exciting, young teams and will be battling for their first trip to the NFL Playoffs this season. Featuring up-and-coming superstars like pass-rusher extraordinaire Mario Williams and linebacker Demeko Ryans, the Texans are packed with talent. Now, if head coach Gary Kubiak can put all this young talent together, Houston Texans ticket holders could be in store of a wonderful ride.
Kubiak is in his third year running the sidelines at beautiful Reliant Stadium. His team has shown signs of improvement in each of his seasons, but 2008 Houston Texans tickets have the potential to deliver something special, something that hasn’t been experienced in Houston in quite some time — a trip to the NFL Playoffs.
In order to reach those lofty expectations, the Texans will need to find ways to put up points on a consistent basis. Quarterback Matt Schaub, who was acquired in a trade with the Atlanta Falcons before last season, battled through injuries in his first year in a Texans uniform. When he was healthy, Schaub showed some signs of excellence and looks like he’ll be a solid quarterback for the Texans for years to come.
Keep an eye on second-year running back Darius Walker, who put together several 100-year performances down the stretch last season. Walker put up huge numbers at Notre Dame, but was not selected in the 2007 NFL Draft. His hard work on the Texans’ practice squad caught the eye of Kubiak, who promoted him in the second half of the season. Walker flourished as both a shifty ball carrier and an elusive pass catcher out of the backfield.
The pieces are in place to make 2008 Houston Texans tickets the best Texans ticket yet. Reliant Stadium will be an exciting place to be on Sundays this fall, as Kubiak attempts to put NFL football back on the map in Houston. It’s been a long difficult road for the Texans since coming into the league in 2002. Wins have been few and far between for the Texans, but it seems like times are getting ready to change. That’s why 2008 Houston Texans tickets are especially attractive this year.

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1) Let’s Roll: Houston Texans tickets haven’t delivered a winning season. Yet. That could very well change in the 2007 NFL season. The Texans won two of their last three and finished on a roll in 2006.
2) Quarterback Matt Schaub: The Texans dumped David Carr and got Matt Schaub from Atlanta. The strong-armed Schaub gives the Texans offense a boost where they needed it the most.
3) Running Back Ahman Green: Schaub will have the benefit of a quality running back behind him. Green is a proven ball carrier and anxious to prove the Packers were wrong for letting him go.
4) The Texans Defensive Line: After shocking the NFL with the pick of Mario Williams last season, Texans ticket holders will reap the benefit of a solid defensive line once 2007 #1 Draft Choice Amobi Okoye hits the field. The pick gives Houston bookend pass rushers to slow down the Colts.
5) Head Coach Gary Kubiak: One thing you can say about Kubiak is that he knows offense. Expect Texans tickets to deliver plenty of it once Kubiak gets his players.
6) The Texans Defense: Featuring DeMeco Ryans and Morlon Greenwood, the Texans defense will be younger and better in 2007. They’ll have to be. Texans ticket holders are looking forward to bigger and brighter things in the future.
7) Colts-Texans Tickets: Let’s face it. You never know how your team rates until you play the defending Super Bowl Champion. Peyton Manning and the Colts visit in Week 3, Sept. 23rd.
8) Jaguars-Texans Tickets: The Jacksonville Jaguars, another member of the AFC South, come to Reliant Stadium Dec 30th to close out the season in what’s sure to be one of the biggest games of the year.
9) Titans-Texans Tickets: Houston Texans Ticket holders cheered when Vince Young beat them on an overtime run in 2006. Don’t you think they’ll be packing Reliant Stadium for the rematch?
10) The Potential: In 2007 Houston Texans tickets have the potential to deliver the Texans best season ever. This is not the same old Texans team. Gary Kubiak has cast off the old and embraced the new.

Houston Texans tickets are rising in value for fans of the team that had the first overall pick in the 2006 NFL Draft. Houston did not hit the lottery to earn this honor of course. It was bestowed upon them for a frustrating 2-14 season in 2005-06. Perhaps no team in professional football needed a shot in the arm more than the Texans and they got that and more during a very busy off-season that saw needs addressed on all sides of the ball.

The only solace for NFL fans in Houston last year was that their team had won the Reggie Bush sweepstakes by finishing with the worst record in football. So when it was announced that Houston selected 6-foot-7 defensive end Mario Williams heads began to shake all over the Lone Star state. However, the Texans’ brass did a bit more thinking than they were given credit for. Houston’s defense allowed a league worst 431 points last season. This was due in large part to their inability to get to the opposing team’s quarterback. But at 290 pounds, the North Carolina State alum will offer a revitalized push from a defense trying to settle in to a 4-3 style this year.

Texans fans will see more than just a strong draft class, which includes 310-pound Miami Hurricane tackle Eric Winston in Reliant Stadium this year. The Texans hired Denver Broncos Offensive Coordinator Gary Kubiak as only their second head coach in team history. Kubiak, a former backup to John Elway in the 1980s in Denver, steered the Bronco’s offense to two Super Bowl wins. His offensive schemes and motivational prowess are just what the doctor ordered to turn around a Houston team that has never lacked talent but needed cohesion.

Houston Texans tickets are back, bringing with a team that has a new look. Fans will see Texans’ QB David Carr continue to develop in an offense that features two of the more athletic wide outs in the AFC in Andre Johnson and Jabar Gaffney who combined for close to 120 catches last season. With these weapons at Carr’s disposal, combined with the new blood dedicated to a defensive improvement, fans can look for a turn around just in time.



1:00 p.m., Sunday
Reliant Stadium

The Houston Texans did the unimaginable last week when they put the beat down on Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts. This week they face a lesser opponent in QB Derek Anderson and the Cleveland Browns. The Texans need to come down off the high of beating the Goliath of their division and focus on ending their season on a high note at home against the Browns. It’s certainly an accomplishable feat. NFL Prediction: Cleveland Browns 24, Houston Texans 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season: 125-74)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: RB Ron Dayne is finally living up to the potential everyone thought he had all those years ago. is here to take you all the way to the playoffs with our large inventory of NFL football tickets, our expert predictions and our fantasy football tickets to victory.

1:00 p.m., Sunday
Reliant Stadium

The Texans season may be over, but that doesn't mean they can't play spoiler to the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. The Colts can't stop anyone on the ground and Houston's three-headed monster at running back should be able to knock back the defensive line all day. The Texans may be out of the post-season, but this is still a dangerous team for the Colts. NFL Prediction: Indianapolis Colts 28, Houston Texans 21
(Last Week: 12-4/Season: 171-78)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: RB Ron Dayne or Wali Lundy should be able to run all day. Take your pick. is here to take you all the way to the playoffs with our large inventory of NFL football tickets, our expert predictions and our fantasy football tickets to victory.

1:00 p.m., Sunday
Gillette Stadium

The Texans have a tough road ahead of them. One week after a loss to division rival Tennessee, they head to Foxboro to take on the Patriots, who will be looking for revenge after being shut out my Miami. The Texans have struggled all year long, and this game will be no different for them. The Dolphins showed that the Patriots have some weaknesses, and the key to winning this game will be the Houston defense. They have to keep Tom Brady from getting into a rhythm if they want to stand a chance. NFL Prediction: New England Patriots 24, Houston Texans 14
(Last Week: 9-7/Season: 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: WR Andre Johnson is the most talented offensive player on this team. That’s not saying much, though. is here to take you all the way to the playoffs with our large inventory of NFL football tickets, our expert predictions and our fantasy football tickets to victory.

1:00 pm, Sunday
Reliant Stadium

The Texans managed a win last week over the Raiders, and now look to take on the Tennessee Titans at home. Both teams are coming off a win, the only difference is that the Titans beat the 10-2 Indianapolis Colts and the Texans beat the 2-10 Oakland Raiders. But a win is a win, and last week should boost QB David Carr and Texans' confidence. They have a chance to win this game if they can shut down Tennessee's rookie QB Vince Young. They also need a vast improvement in performance from their own QB. If Carr can keep it together, the Texans just might pull it out. NFL Prediction: Tennessee Titans 24, Houston Texans 13
(Last Week: 11-5/Season 118-65)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: If you have to start a Texan, make it PK Kris Brown, he had three field goals last week. is here to take you all the way to the playoffs with our large inventory of NFL football tickets, our expert predictions and our fantasy football tickets to victory.

4:05 pm, Sunday
McAfee Coliseum

A meeting of NFL powerhouses the Texans vs. the Raiders is not. But, this should be a good game between two pretty evenly matched teams. The Texans defense keeps improving with DeMeco Ryans and Mario Williams, and David Carr has shown that he can lead the offense with some success. They take on a Raiders team that has shown it can play some offense themselves in the past couple weeks. Both of these teams have the ability to win this game. But Houston is simply the better team. Not good, but better than the Raiders. NFL Prediction: Houston Texans 13, Oakland Raiders 7
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Let QB David Carr air it out over Oakland. (Last week: WR Andre Johnson, 10 catches for 98 yards, 1 TD) is here to take you all the way to the playoffs with our large inventory of NFL football tickets, our expert predictions and our fantasy football tickets to victory.

1:00 p.m., Sunday
Giants Stadium at the Meadowlands

This week the Texans travel to the big city to take on the New York Jets. At first glance, this matchup may not look like much, but we think it will be one of the best games of the week. Both these teams are better than their record indicates, especially the Texans. QB David Carr has developed into an effective passer, and the Texans defense is vastly improved by its star rookies Mario Willams and DeMeco Ryans. The Texans put up quite a fight against Buffalo last week, and will do it again this week in the Meadowlands. Chad Pennington better be on his guard, Mario Williams is coming for him. NFL Prediction: New York Jets 21, Houston Texans 20
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: QB David Carr has earned a spot in your starting lineup. (Last week: Samkon Gado, 10 carries for 69 yards, 1 TD) is here to take you all the way to the playoffs with our large inventory of NFL football tickets, our expert predictions and our fantasy football tickets to victory.

1 pm, Sunday
Reliant Stadium

For the second time this year, the Texans put the hurt on division rivals Jacksonville, and are riding high in the saddle as they take on the Buffalo Bills. Reliant Stadium will look like the Wild West as these two struggling teams try to right their seasons with a win. These teams are pretty evenly matched, and this looks to be a good one. The Texans defense came up big last week with four interceptions, and running back Samkon Gado looks to be back and healthy. We like the Bills in this matchup, but aren't counting out the Texans entirely. They surprised us last week, and could very well do it again. NFL Prediction: Buffalo Bills 21, Houston Texans 14
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Remember what RB Samkon Gado did for Green Bay last year. He's back healthy in Houston. (Last week: Wali Lundy, 16 carries, 34 yards, 1 TD) is here to take you all the way to the playoffs with our large inventory of NFL football tickets, our expert predictions and our fantasy football tickets to victory.
1:00 p.m., Sunday
Alltel Stadium

Last week, the Houston Texans held the top-ranked New York Giants to a mere 14 points, and had the lead, for a good part of the game. David Carr and the Texans want a win so badly they can taste it, and they're playing like it, too. This week they head to division rival Jacksonville who have won two straight. They'd best not sleep on the Texans, this team is capable of upsetting any team in the NFL. The Jaguars' tough defense will be an obstacle for Carr and company, but Jacksonville's less-than-stellar offense can certainly be roped up by the quickly improving Texans defense. Standout rookie DeMeco Ryans leads the Texans offense every week in tackles, and number one overall draft pick Mario Williams is becoming the impact player that fans knew he would be. The Texans won their first meeting with the Jaguars, and they fully believe they have the Jags' number. Look out, Jacksonville! NFL Prediction: Jacksonville Jaguars 24, Houston Texans 14
(Last Week: 9-4/Season 82-47)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: This is a tough matchup for the Texans, but we're sticking with RB Wali Lundy. (Last week: Lundy, 20 carries for 43 yards)

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1:00 p.m., Sunday
LP Field

How about those Texans?  We told you before they were getting better every week.  Last week they proved us right by dominating the Jacksonville Jaguars in an AFC South divisional battle.  This week they face another division foe in the Tennessee Titans.  The Texans' offense is now running on all cylinders, with David Carr and Andre Johnson attacking with full force.  The Texans will be shooting for another division win, but gamebreaker QB Vince Young might have something to say about that.  The Titans are also getting better every week, and won't go down without a fight.  These two teams are pretty evenly matched, and this should be a great game. NFL Prediction: Houston Texans 28, Tennessee Titans 24
(Last Week: 5-8/Season 65-39)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: WR Andre Johnson is proving himself to be one of the NFL's elite receivers this year.  (Last Week: Johnson - 8 receptions for 106 yards, 1 TD)

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1 p.m., Sunday
Texas Stadium

Get ready for some inter-state rivalry action as the two teams from Texas face off this week. The Houston Texans, freshly rested from their bye, and reinvigorated by their win over Miami, certainly won’t roll over for their neighbors, the Dallas Cowboys. David Carr seems to have hit his stride this year, putting up monster yardage totals week after week, despite his young and inexperienced team. You can bet Mario Williams is licking his chops at the prospect of facing off against Drew Bledsoe, one of the most sackable quarterbacks in the league. Super Mario is ready to prove his worth as the number one overall draft pick, and you can bet he will show up this week in Dallas. Will it be enough though? NFL Prediction: Dallas Cowboys 31, Houston Texans 27
(Last Week: 12-2/Season 52-26)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: QB David Carr (Last Week: Houston bye)

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1 p.m., Sunday
Reliant Stadium

Don’t give up on the Texans just yet. There’s definitely some talent on this team. Wide receiver Andre Johnson continues to put up big numbers, with over 150 receiving yards last week against the Redskins. David Carr certainly has the tools to win, and the Dolphins are struggling, narrowly beating out Tennessee last week. This very well could be a surprise win for Houston. NFL Prediction: Miami Dolphins 29, Houston Texans 13
(Last Week: 10-4/Season 43-13)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Wide receiver Andre Johnson is Houston’s best chance. (Last Week: David Carr, 19 of 29, 208 yards, 2 TD, 1 Int)

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Houston Texans vs. Washington Redskins
1 p.m., Sunday
Reliant Stadium
The Texans are coming off two straight losses, but this team still has the tools to pull out an upset on any given Sunday. Running backs Wali Lundy and Ron Dayne can provide the ground attack to open up the the field for David Carr and Andre Johnson to take to the air with a rapidly improving passing game. With Clinton Portis still struggling with a shoulder injury, Mario Williams will have the opportunity to show the NFL that he really is worthy to be the number one overall pick. NFL Prediction: Redskins 28, Texans 13
(Last week: 13-3/Season: 33-9)
Fantasy football ticket to victory: Texan quarterback David Carr. (Last week: Andre Johnson, 4 receptions, 56 yards, 1 touchdown) is your source every week the 2006 NFL season for predictions, fantasy football tickets to victory and all the NFL football tickets you need.


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