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NFL Houston Texans

Houston Texans, American expert field football crew situated in Houston that plays in the American Football Conference (AFC) of the National Football League (NFL). 

 



Houston-zone representatives started their endeavors to make the establishment that would turn into the Texans in 1997, when the NFL's Houston Oilers moved to Tennessee. The NFL granted an extension establishment to Houston in 1999. The group's first game came in 2002: a triumph over the set up cross-state power (and assumed opponent) Dallas Cowboys. That success was one of only four in the group's debut season, and the Texans completed their first year in the class at the base of the divisional standings. The 2002 battle was the start of a pattern, as the group set last (or tied for last) in the AFC South in five of its initial six periods of presence and turned out to be ostensibly best known for having a permeable hostile line that in 2002 permitted a record number of sacks of quarterback David Carr—who rehashed as the association's most-sacked quarterback in 2004 and 2005. 

 

In 2009, behind an amazing hostile line driven by predominant wide collector Andre Johnson and champion quarterback Matt Schaub, the Texans posted the primary winning record (9–7) in establishment history. Houston caught its first division title in 2011 subsequent to going 10–6 and won its opening-round playoff game before being disposed of by the Baltimore Ravens in the divisional round of the postseason. Driven by thrilling guarded end J.J. Watt, the Texans set an establishment record with 12 wins in 2012 yet again lost in the divisional round of the accompanying postseason. In 2013 damage tormented Texans group quickly tumbled from the higher classes of the AFC and posted an association most exceedingly awful 2–14 record. The group bounced back the accompanying season, posting a 9–7 record and barely passing up a playoff billet. 

 

Houston won 9 amusements again in 2015 to catch a division title, yet the group was soundly crushed in its opening postseason game. The Texans had a similar success aggregate in 2016 and again won their division. In the playoffs, the group won its opening game however was dispensed with in the second round. The Texans began off the 2017 season with an out of the blue unstable offense behind the play of champion tenderfoot quarterback Deshaun Watson, however his mid-season knee damage crashed the group's energy, and Houston completed the year with a 4–12 record. Watson and Watt stayed solid during the 2018 season, and the Texans aroused from a 0–3 begin to win 11 recreations and a division title. In any case, the group lost its opening postseason game to the division rival Indianapolis Colts.