Houston Texans 2024 Game Schedule And Tickets

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The Houston Texans are the youngest professional football team from Houston, Texas. They compete in the National Football League (NFL) as a member  of the American Football Conference (AFC) - Southern Division. The team was founded in 1999 and began play in 2002,  and they call NRG Stadium home. 

While the Texans have never appeared in  a Super Bowl, they have made the playoffs six times, most recently in 2019. Their best season came in 2012 when they won their second straight AFC South title. The team had an overall 12-4 until they lost against the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Divisional Round.

The Texans have had several notable players, including quarterback Matt Schaub, running back Arian Foster, wide receiver Andre Johnson, and defensive end J.J. Watt, who won three Defensive Player of the Year awards in four years. Since January 2023, the team has been led by head coach DeMeco Ryans, the team’s third head coach hired in the past three offseasons.


Houston Texans 2022: The Bad Streak Continues

It’s been a rough few years for the Houston Texans: for two consecutive seasons, the Texans have been the first team to be eliminated from playoff contention. In the 2022 season, the Texans fell on Week 13 with a 3–13–1 record under the leadership of head coach Lovie Smith. 

In Week 1, the Texans recorded the franchise’s first-ever tie against the Indianapolis Colts. It was  the team’s worst start since 2005, and the Texans didn’t win two consecutive games all season, including a nine-game losing streak that further cemented the team’s draft stock. Not only did they fail to improve upon their 2021 record (4-13), but they also had their worst losing streak since 2013. The Texans were winless at NRG Stadium, going 0–7–1.

The Texans fired head coach Lovie Smith, who only led the team during the 2022 season. He’s the latest head coach after a series of short-lived ones, after Romeo Crennel (who was interim head coach after Bill O'Brien's departure) and David Culley.

The dismal 2022 campaign cemented their draft stock, and in combination with a refreshed coaching staff, promising young players, and the second-overall draft pick, fans in Houston are cautiously optimistic. 


The Road to 2023

On January 31, the Texans hired DeMeco Ryans, who played for Houston between 2006 and 2011, to be the team’s head coach. Ryans arrives fresh off a stint as defense coordinator for the San Francisco 49ers. The Texans didn’t pick any players outside the 2023 draft but made a few trades to move up and acquire more picks. 


The 2023 Houston Texans Player Trades

  • The Texans traded wide receiver Brandin Cooks to the Dallas Cowboys in exchange for a fifth-round 2023 pick and a sixth-round 2024 pick.
  • The team traded Bradley Roby to the New Orleans Saints for a sixth-round and 2024 third-round selection..
  • They traded both Ross Blacklock and a seventh-round selection to the Vikings for a sixth-round selection.
  • The Texans traded Keion Crossen to the New York Giants for a sixth-round selection.
  • The team traded a sixth-round selection to the Jets in exchange for Blake Cashman.
  • They traded Charles Omenihu to the 49ers for a sixth-round selection.

The 2023 Houston Texans Draft

After a surprising last-second win against the Indianapolis Colts and a Chicago Bears loss, the Texans lost their first pick for the 2023 season. 

In the 2023 NFL Draft, The Texans selected the following players:

  • Round 1, Pick 2: C.J. Stroud, QB, Ohio State
  • Round 1. Pick 3 (from ARI): Will Anderson Jr., EDGE, Alabama
  • Round 2, Pick 62 (From PHI): C Juice Scruggs, Penn State
  • Round 3, Pick 69 (From LAR): Nathaniel Dell, WR, Houston
  • Round 4, Pick 109 (from LV): Dylan Horton, EDGE, TCU
  • Round 5, Pick 167 (from LAR): Henry To’oTo’o, LB, Alabama 
  • Round 6, Pick 201 (from MIN): Jarrett Patterson, C, Notre Dame
  • Round 6, Pick 205 (from BUF): Xavier Hutchinson, WR, Iowa State
  • Round 7, Pick 248 (from PHI): Brandon Hill, S, Pittsburgh

Hopes for a Better 2023 - Texans Season Outlook 

The Houston Texans are coming off a disappointing 3-13-1 season in 2022, but there A New Coach and a New Hope

The Texans have a new head coach in DeMeco Ryans, a rising star in the NFL coaching ranks. Ryans arrives in  Houston after a stint as linebackers coach and defensive coordinator with the San Francisco 49ers.

During his playing career, he was a linebacker for the Texans between 2006 and 2011 and then for the Philadelphia Eagles between 2012 and 2015. As a coach, he is known for his aggressive, attacking defense, and he will be looking to turn around the Texans struggling defense in 2023.


The Texans 2023 Roster

The Texans feature a young, talented roster ready to break out. Quarterback Davis Mills is entering his third season and showed flashes of potential in 2022. One of the season's storylines will almost certainly be the training camp and preseason development of second-overall pick C.J. Stroud and if he will be installed as the starting signal-caller. 

Well, Stroud showed up and showed out in the late summer action and was installed as the starting quarterback for their week one contest on the road against the Ravens. If that weren’t enough – the team also voted Stroud as one of the team’s four captains – a unique honor for a rookie signal-caller.

Second-year running back Dameon Pierce is expected to make an impact building off his 939 rushing years in 2022. 

The Texans have a favorable schedule in 2023 by residing in one of the league’s weakest divisions. 

Here are some specific things fans can look forward to in the 2023 season:

  • The development of Davis Mills. Mills showed flashes of potential in his rookie season. He began the 2022 season as the Texans starter and completed 23 of 37 passes for 240 yards and two touchdowns on his first appearance against the Indianapolis Colts; the game ended in a 20-20 tie, the first in the franchise's history.
  • The arrival of C.J. Stroud. While Mills has been the incumbent starter for two seasons and 26 games, the team could not pass on taking an heir-apparent in Stroud. Now, the team has decided Stroud will be the man – he was named the week one starter and the quest for one of four league rookie QBs to start the opening weekend. A lot rides on the first few weeks of the 2023 campaign – and the potential future face of the franchise. 
  • The breakout of Dameon Pierce. While his 2022 ended with  a week 14 injury, he finished with 939 rushing yards and four touchdowns, 30 catches for 165 yards, and one touchdown.
  • The defense under DeMeco Ryans. Ryans is a defensive guru, and he should be able to turn around the Texans struggling defense in 2023.

FAQs about Houston Texans 2024 Game Schedule And Tickets

What division do the Houston Texans play in?

The Houston Texans are a member of the AFC South Division in the National Football League (NFL).


When were the Houston Texans established?

The Houston Texans were established as an NFL expansion team in 2002. They played their first season in 2002.


Where do the Houston Texans play their home games?

The Houston Texans play their home games at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas


Has the team won any Super Bowls?

The Houston Texans have not appeared in or won a Super Bowl.


Who are some notable players in Houston Texans history?

Some notable players associated with the Houston Texans include J.J. Watt, Andre Johnson, Arian Foster, DeAndre Hopkins, and Deshaun Watson.


Who is the head coach of the Houston Texans?

DeMeco Ryans has been the Houston Texans head coach since early 2023. He’s the third coach the Texans have had in the past three years, after Romeo Crennel (the interim coach following Bill O'Brien's departure) and David Culley.


Have the Houston Texans made any playoff appearances?

Yes, the Houston Texans have made several playoff appearances since their establishment in 2002, the last of which was in 2019. They have won AFC South division titles and have advanced to the playoffs in various seasons.


What are some team traditions or fan rituals associated with the Houston Texans?

The "Bull Pen" is a designated area within NRG Stadium where dedicated fans gather and create a lively atmosphere. The team's mascot, Toro, is popular during games and events.


What are the Texans colors?

The Texans colors are Deep Steel Blue, Battle Red, and Liberty White.


Who is the Houston Texans mascot?

It’s a cute bull called Toro!


What is the Texans rival team?

The Texans' natural rivals are its AFC South teams, particularly the Indianapolis Colts. The Texans and the Colts play each other twice yearly in the AFC South Division. Other known rivals are the Tennessee Titans and the Jacksonville Jaguars. There's also an interconference and regional rivalry with the Dallas Cowboys for the Governor's Cup.

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