Houston Texans Home Schedule 2019

The Houston Texans open their 2019 NFL season on the road and face the Jacksonville Jaguars (Sept. 15) at home in Week 2 in an early AFC South divisional matchup. They host a pair of NFC South opponents in Week 4 with the Carolina Panthers (Sept. 29) and Week 5 with the Atlanta Falcons (Oct. 6).

The Texans have a bye in Week 10. They have a couple of other AFC South matchups after that with the Indianapolis Colts (Nov. 21) on Thursday Night Football in Week 12 and the Tennessee Titans (Dec. 29) in Week 17 to close the season. They have another key game vs. the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots (Nov. 21) in Week 13.

2019 Houston Texans Home Schedule

Schedule Date Opponent Time (Central)
Preseason Sat, Aug. 17 vs. Detroit Lions 7:00 PM
Preseason Thu, Aug. 29 vs. Los Angeles Rams 7:00 PM
Week 2 Sun, Sept. 15 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars 12:00 PM
Week 4 Sun, Sept. 29 vs. Carolina Panthers 12:00 PM
Week 5 Sun, Oct. 6 vs. Atlanta Falcons 12:00 PM
Week 8 Sun, Oct. 27 vs. Oakland Raiders 12:00 PM
Week 12 Thu, Nov. 21 vs. Indianapolis Colts 7:20 PM
Week 13 Sun, Dec. 1 vs. New England Patriots 7:20 PM
Week 14 Sun, Dec. 8 vs. Denver Broncos 1:25 PM
Week 17 Sun, Dec. 29 vs. Tennessee Titans 12:00 PM

Houston Texans at NRG Stadium

The Texans, founded in 1999, play at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. The stadium seats over 72,000 and opened in 2002. It was the first stadium to have a retractable roof. The Texans have played their home games at NRG Stadium (formerly Reliant Stadium) since their first season in 2002. NRG Stadium hosted Super Bowl LI in 2017 when the New England Patriots overcame a 25-point deficit to defeat the Atlanta Falcons.

Houston Texans Seating Chart – NRG Stadium

Houston Texans Seating Chart

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All game times are local and subject to change.

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