The Texans average ticket price for regular season NFL games has remained relatively consistent over the last six seasons. The largest increase came during the 2012 season with an increase of 45% moving from an $80 average ticket price to a $145 average ticket price. Average Houston Texans ticket prices have slowing started decreasing since 2013 with average prices at $140, a decrease of 4% from 2012. The average ticket price for Houston Texans regular season NFL tickets for 2016 is currently $129, which is 2% lower than 2015.
(Data updated 11/2/2016)
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2017 Texans Season Preview
The 2016 Houston Texans schedule is set and after making it to the playoffs last season the team is hoping to keep the momentum going. The 2015 Texans season started out rough with the team going 3-5, however in the second half the team went 6-2 and ended the season in first place in the AFC South with a record of 9-7. The Texans made it to the playoffs for the first time in three years, however they lost to the Kansas City Chiefs in a 30-0 shutout. The 2016 Texans season is the third season with head coach Bill O’Brien and the first year with quarterback Brock Osweiler, who joins the Texans after playing with the 2016 Super Bowl Champions, the Denver Broncos. The Houston Texans are hoping that with the addition of Osweiler and new wide receiver, Will Fuller, they will be able to surpass last season. TicketCity is the place to go for Houston Texans tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Texans at NRG Stadium, or supporting Houston on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Houston Texans tickets, including home and away games.
Check out our Houston Texans Season Preview History page for previews of previous Texans seasons.
Houston Texans Football at NRG Stadium Address: 1 Reliant Park, Houston, Texas, 77054
The Texans play their home games at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. Holding more than 71 thousand screaming fans, NRG Stadium was the first in the NFL to have a retractable roof. Get to the stadium early to tailgate with the Texans’ cheerleaders and pep band, or go to Coca-Cola Zero Kroger Fanatic Fan Zone for family fun including games and prizes for fans. The Houston Texans home bench is on the NRG Stadium sideline with sections 102-111, so snag Houston Texans tickets here for seats close to the team. NRG Stadium parking information is covered in our Texans event guide.
This rivalry goes deeper than just being division foes. The Texans became a franchise because the Titans left Houston to relocate to Tennessee. It is evident how heated this rivalry is when these two teams play each as a fight broke out in 2010 that led to two players getting ejected. While this rivalry may still be in its infant stage in terms of years, it has already become one of the more intense matchups in the NFL.
This rivalry has continued to get better over recent seasons as the Texans have improved as a football team. With both teams playing in the same division, games are often more intense in their two matchups than the other games they play throughout the season.
This rivalry has continued to get better over recent seasons as the Texans have improved as a football team. With both teams playing in the same division, games are often more intense in their two matchups then the other games they play throughout the season.
The Texans vs Jaguars rivalry has heated up in recent years as players from both teams have spoken up about their hatred for each other. As division opponents, these two teams faceoff twice during the season for the chance to win the AFC South. This matchup always features hard hits and extracurricular activities after the whistle that heightens the intensity to this game.
Texans in the Super Bowl, AFC Championship and NFL Playoffs
The Texans became a franchise in 2002 and have recently started to become one of the better teams in the NFL. With multiple division titles, the Texans are establishing themselves as a powerhouse in the AFC South and they will only continue to build off their recent success in the upcoming seasons.
2015 Houston Texans Season Preview
The Houston Texans rebounded from a disastrous 2013 season to win 9 games in 2014. Despite massive improvement, the Texans missed the playoffs for a 2nd straight season. Houston enters 2015 with plenty of questions surrounding the quarterback positions. Gone is Case Keenum, and in is veteran Bryan Hoyer. Hoyer will have one of the best receivers in the game in DeAndre Hopkins, and the Texans will hope to have Arian Foster back healthy for the first time in 3 years. Also gone for 2015 is Houston Texans legend Andre Johnson, who moved to the division rival Colts after 12 seasons in Houston Where there are plenty of questions surrounding the Texans offensively, the Texans defense should be one of the best in the NFL. The defensive end duo of J.J. Watt and Jadaveon Clowney could be the best in the game, and the addition of cornerback Kevin Johnson will help sure up the Texans defense. While the Colts will likely be the favorite to win the AFC South again in 2015, if Bryan Hoyer is able to provide stability at Quarterback, the Texans could return to the playoffs.
2014 Houston Texans Season Preview
The Texans woes last year were well publicized, as was the fall of Matt Schaub as the team’s starting QB. The former Virginia Cavalier was sent to Oakland, and the team has brought in Ryan Fitzpatrick as the new starter. Many thought they should get a QB with their first overall draft pick, but they went with that they saw as the sure thing – Jadaveon Clowney. The big pass-rusher out of South Carolina has impressed in preseason, and a JJ Watt-Clowney tandem is sure to give opposing offensive lines nightmares every Sunday. Gary Kubiak was also let go as head coach after the season, and the Texans brought in Bill O’Brien from Penn State to run the team and try to get things going in the right direction. The Texans certainly have the talent at the skilled positions (Andre Johnson, Arian Foster) to right the ship in 2014. The Texans open the season at NRG Stadium against the Redskins, before hitting the road for games in Oakland and New York (Giants). Week 5 will see an in-state rivalry game with the Cowboys in Arlington. November and December will include key home games against the Bengals, Ravens and Titans.
2013 Houston Texans Season Preview
The 2013 Houston Texans weren’t very active during the offseason, but they are still one of the most threatening teams in the NFL. Houston will once again be full of star power on both sides of the ball. Offensively, the Texans will be lead by workhorse running back Arian Foster. The passing game will be strong as well, with Matt Schaub under center and Andre Johnson at wide receiver. Houston further improved its offense by drafting Clemson wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins in the first round of the NFL Draft. Defensively, the Texans added future Hall-of-Famer Ed Reed to an already strong secondary. With Reed joining linebacker Brian Cushing and defensive end and reigning defensive player of the year J.J. Watt, the Texans are poised to return to the playoffs again in 2013.
2010 Houston Texans Season Preview
The Houston Texans have yet to make the playoffs in their short history, but they have been inching closer over the past several years. Last season, the Texans barely missed out when they finished 9-7, and while a division crown may be hard to come by, a wild card berth is not out of the question. Much of the Texans success has been centered around their passing game. Quarterback Matt Schaub was the league's leading passer in 2009, throwing for a robust 4,770 yards and 29 touchdowns. It certainly helps to have Andre Johnson to throw to, who is arguably the best receiver in the league. Although they have a potent passing attack, Houston will need to improve its running game - which ranked 30th in the league. Steve Slaton has shown flashes of greatness but has been unreliable. On defense, the Texans have made great improvements over the past few years. Former number-one pick defensive end Mario Williams has shown why the Texans took him first in the draft, and had nine sacks last season. Linebacker Brian Cushing had a break out season last year, recording a team-leading 134 tackles and adding four interceptions. However, Cushing is suspended for the first four games of 2010.
2009 Houston Texans Season Preview
Houston Texans Head Coach Gary Kubiak has a lot of young talent that should make his 2009 team one to watch. On the defensive side the Texans are led by former top pick Mario Williams and stud linebacker DeMeco Ryans. On offense Houston wide receiver Andre Johnson is starting to be recognized as one of top players in the NFL. Quarterback Matt Schaub has Johnson and running back Steve Slaton who is entering his sophomore year in the league. Much of the Texans success in 2009 will depend on how the trio of Schaub, Slaton and Johnson play. If they live up to expectations, the Texans could be making noise in the AFC this season.
2008 Houston Texans Season Preview
The Houston Texans are still looking for their first winning season and their first playoff appearance, but things are by no means boring in Houston this coming season. With vast improvements made each season, and some tough close losses in 2007, the Texans could be poised to make a big impact this year. The seventh season for the Houston Texans proves to be the most promising one yet, as the team has improved significantly in its fledgling seasons. Last year, the team recorded an 8-8 record, the first ever non-losing season for the Houston. Owner Bob McNair is playing his cards right, and making significant steps to bolster the otherwise young team. A prime investment by McNair was Reliant Stadium, which has sold out every seat for Texans home games since its inception in 2002. On offense, you can look for Andre Johnson to make his comeback with plenty of eye-grabbing catches and rapport with fellow receivers. The defense is also looking much better every season, and playmakers like linebacker DeMeco Ryans and lineman Mario Williams are going to be a threat for anyone trying to run the ball. Houston could improve its defensive backfield, however, to put more pressure on the pass. Overall, this is going to be one of the best seasons for the Texans, provided that they can stand up to the big boys of the AFC South: Indiana, Jacksonville, and Tennessee. This could be the year that the Houston Texans make their playoff push, so grab some tickets to a game at Reliant Stadium!
Houston Texans - 1/6/2017
The Texans ended their regular season in first place in the AFC South and are set to face off against the Raiders at home this weekend.
Houston Texans - 12/22/2016
Tom Savage will be the starting QB in this week’s game against the Bengals as they have decided to bench Brock Osweiler. It will be his first start in almost three seasons.
Houston Texans - 12/9/2016
The Texans are currently in a three-way tie for first place of the AFC South with the Indianapolis Colts and Tennessee Titans. At least part of this tie will be broken this weekend after the Texans face the Colts.
Houston Texans - 11/25/2016
The Texans offense seems to be improving, specifically when it comes to quarterback Brock Osweiler, who threw off target only 8% of his pass attempts in the Texans game against the Raiders.
Houston Texans - 11/18/2016
The Texans will face the Oakland raiders this week in a highly anticipated Monday Night Football game in Mexico City. It will be the first time Monday Night Football will be held outside of the USA.
Houston Texans - 11/7/2016
The Houston Texans continue to lead the AFC South, however with all three of their losses being away games and with their next four out of five games being away games, it will be interesting to see whether they can stay in the lead.