Those with Houston Texans tickets saw the Bill O’Brien era get off to a good start in 2014, where the Houston Texans fought to a record of 9-7 after a disastrous 4-12 2013 campaign. Led by all-world DE J.J. Watt and rising WR DeAndre Hopkins, the Houston Texans got better in 2015, capturing the AFC South Title on the way to the 2016 NFL Playoffs.
Playing in the elite AFC South, the Houston Texans will need their passionate fans to pack NRG Stadium if they want to improve in 2016 and beyond. Be there live for your team when you order your Houston Texans tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!
|TexansRule from Houston said...|
|This is the 4th time we have bought Houston Texans tickets from OnlineTickets.com. Each time the staff was nice. What a game this weekend! Bring on the lions.|
|Bottom line: TexansRule would recommend this event to their best friend|
|Playoff Push from said...|
|Mark my words, the Texans will beat the Ravens in their first win of an upcoming winning streak. Texans will make some playoff-run noise before the season is finished!|
|Bottom line: Playoff Push would recommend this event to their best friend|
|Ryan K. from said...|
|I've bought my blue lot parking passes for the season. I'm ready for some tailgating! That's where it's at!|
|Bottom line: Ryan K. would recommend this event to their best friend|
|21 from said...|
|Please draft Earl Thomas!|
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|Janet K. from said...|
|Bought tickets for my hushand last year from you guys - the tickets were great - service better! Thanks. Can't for this year. Will you guys be tailgaiting in the blue lot again?|
|Bottom line: Janet K. would recommend this event to their best friend|
|Wagon from said...|
|The best thing about this season? No Vince Young! Not that he was good, but the insane VY fanboys that followed the Titans always ruined one game a year.|
|Bottom line: Wagon would recommend this event to their best friend|
|Playoffs? from Playoffs? said...|
|I know, don't talk to me about PLAYOFFS! Jim Mora aside, the AFC South really sucks this year. No excuse for Gary and the Texans not to make the postseason|
|Bottom line: Playoffs? would recommend this event to their best friend|
|Thompson from said...|
|The Texans should be able to sleepwalk into the playoffs. Are they really this good or is the AFC South really this bad?|
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|Congrats Texans from Tenn said...|
|In the playoffs and AFC South champs for the first time ever! As a Titans fan I am glad you guys have finally made it. Texans have some great fans, very nice people. Here's hoping for many years of success and a strong rivalry between us and Houston.|
|Bottom line: Congrats Texans would recommend this event to their best friend|
After struggling as an expansion team for the first few years of their existence, the Houston Texans are looking to grow into a force in the NFL’s stacked AFC South Division. Under the leadership of Gary Kubiak, the team – once known more for their cheerleaders than winning – won the AFC South in 2012 and 2013. The heady days were not to last, as 2014 saw the Houston Texans fall to 4-12, the worst record in the NFL. Coach Bill O’Brien was brought in from the Penn State Nittany Lions, and the Texans quickly returned to form, going 9-7 in 2015. After a shaky start, the 2015 Texans came together, winning the AFC South and securing a birth in the 2016 NFL Playoffs.
The face of the franchise, and the best player in the NFL, DE J.J. Watt has carried the Texans on his back since his rookie year. J.J. Watt will be joined on an improving defense by legendary NT Vince Wilfork, super prospect OLB Jadeveon Clowney, CB Kevin Johnson, and a healthy Brian Cushing. Texans icon WR Andre Johnson may be gone, but understudy WR DeAndre Hopkins emerged as a superstar in 2015, and provides a ton of speed on the outside, along with rookie Will Fuller. Free agent QB Brock Osweiler has been brought in to be the franchise quarterback, and has the size and arm to break records.
The 2015 Houston Texans schedule saw the young team compete in the AFC South, one that was not dominated by the Indianapolis Colts. The rest of the AFC South was easier, with the foundering Tennessee Titans and Jacksonville Jaguars putting up little resistance. The Houston Texans may have suffered some losses to the New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers, but also gained valuable experience against elite talent. The 2016 schedule will feature teas from the rough NFC North, including the Green Bay Packers.
With Houston Texans football tickets, fans can head out to the loud-and-rowdy NRG (formally Reliant) Stadium in Houston, Texas, where the Houston Texans are set to battle for high-flying victories against the best in the AFC and beyond. Cheer on the Houston Texans as they work toward their first Super Bowl championship in franchise history, and order your premium Houston Texans tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!