Houston Texans Tickets

Houston Texans tickets are on sale for the first postseason of the team's abbreviated history. Yes, 2012 is truly a banner year at Reliant Stadium and all it took was the demise of the Peyton Manning to make it so. TheSeats has those Texans playoff tickets for as long as this magical postseason schedule continues, which could surprise a number of football's exalted pundits.The next game on the postseason schedule is the January 15, 2012 game at M&T Bank Stadium for the Divisional round dance with the Baltimore Ravens.

Houston Texans Tickets for Sale

It took a decade and the perseverance to survive a long season schedule marked by injuries to the prolific duo of Matt Schaub and Andre Johnson, but the Houston Texans have finally made it to the playoffs in 2012. They do have a developing game manager in T.J. Yates, a couple of running backs worthy of feature status, and a phenomenal defense. Yes, it is difficult to wrap one's head around this, but the playoff Texans are about defense and controlling the clock with the running game and not about the downfield attack.

The Houston Texans have enjoyed the extraordinary play of its 3-4 defensive front. Defensive end J.J Watt and Antonio Smith combined for 12 sacks, linebacker Connor Barwin posted 11.5 sacks, and linebacker Mario Williams enjoyed 5 sacks himself. The secondary has some say in this success too. The cornerbacks have played well too; Jason Allen and Johnathon Joseph picked four passes off this season.

Houston Texans History

The Texans history is a brief one. They first took the field a Reliant Stadium in 2002 and have been trying to reach the postseason ever since. Houston started by trying to build around a quarterback. Unfortunately, that quarterback was David Carr. Carr never quite lived up to his first round expectations. He left Houston in 2006; a season after head coach Dom Capers was fired.

Gary Kubiak took over as head coach that season and the next year Falcons backup Matt Schaub became the starting quarterback. Though Schaub would put up big numbers in his new uniform, the Texans could not fix the defense. They used the draft and free agency, but time and again, Houston struggled to stop the opposition from reaching the endzone. The best season came in 2009 when the Texans went 9-7 and just missed the postseason.

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2018 Houston Texans Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games) Sep 8, 2018
NRG Stadium
Houston, TX
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