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Where is the best parking at NRG Stadium?NRG Stadium has parking at several convenient locations all within walking distance of NRG Stadium. Not only does NRG Stadium have many parking lots and structures for fans, but it also has many bike racks, encouraging fans to bike to the stadium in order to reduce emissions.
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What makes NRG Stadium special?NRG Stadium is not only home to the Houston Texans, but also to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, the Texas Bowl, as well as many other sporting events. The extensive use of grass provides and open-air feel to the concourses within NRG Stadium. One of the most unique features to NRG Stadium is its retractable, fabric roof, which can be opened or closed in as little as 7 minutes.
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Houston Texans Ticket InformationThere is no better venue to watch thrilling NFL action than at a Houston Texans game in NRG Stadium. The home crowd passionately cheers on their team as they battle in the fierce AFC South division. The Texans defense strikes fear into every opponent that steps onto the field. The energy in the stadium is electric as the football is always competitive and entertaining. Grab your tickets right away and be a part of the action!
The Texans are led by incredible defensive end J.J. Watt. Their defense always makes life difficult for opponents, who have to fight for every inch against this team. The Texans offense is explosive and full of speed and skill. This talented young football team always competes hard to the delight of the home crowd. Don’t miss out on seeing this exciting football team!
Since arriving in Houston in 2002, the Texans have built a passionate fan base by playing spirited and entertaining football. Football fans in Texas are very knowledgeable and avid about the game. The Houston Texans generate local buzz all season long as they are discussed on radio talk shows, news stations, and at local venues. The home crowd always fills NRG Stadium with excitement on game days. Come and experience the thrill of Houston Texans football!
The sight of Texans players charging onto the field as thousands of fans loudly cheer them on is unforgettable. This NFL action has to be experienced live to truly appreciate the pure talent of these athletes. The Houston Texans are one of the most exciting teams to watch and the fun atmosphere surrounding the game makes for a remarkable experience. Get your tickets today!
Houston Texans OverviewThe departure of the Oilers in 1996 left a void that needed to be filled again. Texas is a state with a deep football tradition that stretches all the way down to the high school ranks. And although the Cowboys have a strong foothold on Dallas and many fans throughout the country, the city of Houston was eager to re-enter the NFL picture.
The wishes of those residents came true in 2000, when the league awarded an expansion club to local entrepreneur Bob McNair. “Texans” was chosen for the team nickname, the same name that had been used for the Dallas’ American Football League club before it moved to Kansas City and became the Chiefs.
It officially began on September 8, 2002 at Reliant Stadium again, fittingly, the Dallas Cowboys. Dom Capers was the coach, and David Carr (the No. 1 overall pick in that year’s college draft) was the quarterback and on-field leader.
That regular season opener proved to be a rousing success. Before a sold out home crowd on a Sunday night, the Texans stunned the Cowboys, 19-10 – becoming just the second team in league history to win its first game.
There would only be three more victories in 2002. The main cause for a 4-12 final record was an offensive line that allowed Carr to be sacked 76 times (an NFL record). That problem saw its roots even before the season, as tackle Tony Boselli (the first pick in the expansion draft) retired without playing a down for the team due to nagging injuries.
The goals for the franchise would shift. With more experience came higher expectations. A five-win campaign in 2003 proved that progress was possible, if not immediate. The drafting of wide receiver Andre Johnson in 2004 would prove to be a long-term coup, and a 7-9 mark was reason to be pleased.
But the worm turned for 2005. Houston finished 2-14. Not surprisingly, Dom Capers was fired – replaced by Gary Kubiak. The Texans, did, however, possess the No. 1 pick. All prognostications had them drafting either Heisman Trophy-winning running back Reggie Bush or Texas quarterback (and Houston native) Vince Young.
Instead, general manager Charley Casserly decided to fill the team’s greatest need – and went with defensive end Mario Williams out of N.C. State. They went 7-9 again. One of those losses came at the hands of Young and the Tennessee Titans in overtime. Williams, did, however, finish the year with 4.5 sacks and 47 tackles.
While improvements were being made to the defense, the offense also needed an overhaul. And that started at quarterback. David Carr’s five years at the helm of the Texans attack would end, and Matt Schaub’s would begin.
The former Falcon back-up signal-caller could only lead Houston to one more win than the year prior, but Williams continued to validate his draft selection with a team record 14 sacks. It was another 8-8 mark in ’08, but the first winning campaign came in 2009 (9-7).
A playoff spot, though, still eluded them. That would come in 2011. Running back Arian Foster followed up his 1,616 rushing yards in 2010 with 1,224 more on the ground and 617 yards receiving. First round draft pick J.J. Watt emerged as an imposing presence on the defensive line. The Texans finished 10-6 and won the AFC South. But it didn’t come without a price.
Andre Johnson was hampered with injuries for a majority of the year, and Matt Schaub went on injured reserve after suffering a right foot ailment in Week 10. Backup QB Matt Leinart caught the injury bug as well in his efforts to relieve the starter. That left it up to third-stringer T.J. Yates in the Wild Card round against visiting Cincinnati.
Just like their regular season debut, the first postseason game in Houston Texans history proved a success. Foster, Johnson and Watt all recorded touchdowns – with two second half scores ensuring the victory.
That win earned the Texans a date with the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. This game began in the opposite fashion. The Ravens jumped out to a 17-3, which proved to be too much for the inexperienced Yates to handle. Although the defense held Baltimore to just three points over the final three quarters, it held on for a 20-13 win.
Coming within a score of reaching the AFC Championship Game is certainly tough to handle, but the Texans appeared to be building on it with their 2012 efforts.
A fully-healthy Schaub was one of nine Pro Bowlers. Foster again posted a 1,000-plus yard rushing season and Johnson added to his lofty totals. The real player to emerge was Watt, who won the NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year (and would do the same in ’14). A 12-4 record resulted in second consecutive AFC South title, and yet another meeting with the Bengals at home in the Wild Card Playoff.
Houston was victorious, 19-13, and encountered the New England Patriots in the AFC Divisional round. Much like last year’s meeting with Baltimore, it ended in defeat. This one a 41-28 decision.
Any plans on improving even further in 2013 were completely erased by a total unraveling. The Texans won their initial two games on the regular season schedule…only to lose the last 14. Kubiak was given the pink slip just prior to the end of the year. His eventual successor would be Bill O’Brien, who did wonders at sanction-riddled Penn State.
O’Brien has initiated another turnaround in Houston. By winning three of the first four, the tone was set. The Texans eventually finished 9-7. It wasn’t enough to make the playoffs, but it has rekindled the high expectations of recent times and giving promised to football in Houston.
Houston Texans Lineup
- Ryan Fitzpatrick
- Ryan Mallett
- Tom Savage
- Alfred Blue
- Arian Foster
- Jonathan Grimes
- Jay Prosch
- Alan Bonner
- DeAndre Hopkins
- Andre Johnson
- Damaris Johnson
- Keshawn Martin
- DeVier Posey
- C.J. Fiedorowicz
- Garrett Graham
- Ryan Griffin
- Chris Myers
- Jonathan Weeks
- Jeff Adams
- Duane Brown
- Tyson Clabo
- Derek Newton
- Bryan Witzmann
- Will Yeatman
- Brandon Brooks
- Ben Jones
- Xavier Su'a-Filo
- Cody White
- Jared Crick
- Tim Jamison
- Jeoffrey Pagan
- J.J. Watt
- Louis Nix III
- Ryan Pickett
- Jerrell Powe
- Jadeveon Clowney
- Brian Cushing
- Akeem Dent
- Zac Diles
- Whitney Mercilus
- Mike Mohamed
- Brooks Reed
- Ricky Sapp
- John Simon
- Jeff Tarpinian
- Justin Tuggle
- A.J. Bouye
- Kareem Jackson
- Johnathan Joseph
- Josh Aubrey
- Andre Hal
- Danieal Manning
- Darryl Morris
- Eddie Pleasant
- Jumal Rolle
- Lonnie Ballentine
- D.J. Swearinger
- Kendrick Lewis
- Randy Bullock
- Shane Lechler
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Cheap Houston Texans TicketsThe events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
|$6.00||Houston Texans at Cleveland Browns — 11/16/2014|
FirstEnergy Stadium; Cleveland, OH
|$7.92||NFL Preseason: Houston Texans at New Orleans Saints — 08/26/2017|
Mercedes-Benz Superdome; New Orleans, LA
|$10.00||Preseason: Houston Texans at Dallas Cowboys — 09/03/2015|
AT&T Stadium; Arlington, TX
|$10.00||Houston Texans at Buffalo Bills — 12/06/2015|
New Era Field; Orchard Park, NY
|$11.00||Preseason: Houston Texans at New Orleans Saints — 08/30/2015|
Mercedes-Benz Superdome; New Orleans, LA
|$12.00||NFL Preseason: Houston Texans at Dallas Cowboys — 09/01/2016|
AT&T Stadium; Arlington, TX
|$13.00||Houston Texans at Cincinnati Bengals — 11/16/2015|
Paul Brown Stadium; Cincinnati, OH
|$16.00||Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts — 12/20/2015|
Lucas Oil Stadium; Indianapolis, IN
|$19.00||NFL Preseason: Houston Texans at San Francisco 49ers — 08/14/2016|
Levi's Stadium; Santa Clara, CA
|$19.00||NFL Preseason: Houston Texans at Carolina Panthers — 08/09/2017|
Bank of America Stadium; Charlotte, NC
Best and Most Expensive Houston Texans TicketsThe events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
|$784.00||AFC Championship: TBD at Houston Texans — 01/24/2016|
NRG Stadium; Houston, TX
|$339.00||AFC Championship: TBD at Houston Texans (If Necessary) — 01/18/2015|
NRG Stadium; Houston, TX
|$295.00||Houston Texans at New England Patriots — 09/24/2017|
Gillette Stadium; Foxborough, MA
|$273.00||Houston Texans at Oakland Raiders — 11/21/2016|
Estadio Azteca; Mexico City, DF
|$269.00||AFC Wild Card or Divisional Playoffs: TBD at Houston Texans (If Necessary) — 01/04/2015|
NRG Stadium; Houston, TX
|$182.00||Houston Texans at Seattle Seahawks — 10/29/2017|
CenturyLink Field; Seattle, WA
|$179.00||Houston Texans at Green Bay Packers — 12/04/2016|
Lambeau Field; Green Bay, WI
|$162.00||AFC Wild Card: Kansas City Chiefs at Houston Texans — 01/09/2016|
NRG Stadium; Houston, TX
|$122.00||Houston Texans at Minnesota Vikings — 10/09/2016|
U.S. Bank Stadium; Minneapolis, MN
|$120.00||Houston Texans at Denver Broncos — 10/24/2016|
Sports Authority Field At Mile High; Denver, CO