Texans tickets are as hot as the Houston heat, and GoTickets.com has them for every game on the 2014 Houston Texans schedule. We have a wonderful selection of Texans football tickets available for the top seats at Reliant Stadium, including Texans playoff tickets and tickets to the Super Bowl.
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Since the Houston Texans joined the NFL in ’02 they have been one of those teams that constantly looks to be on the verge of breaking through but has never quite been able to do so. The team has shown flashes of greatness under head coach Gary Kubiak but always seemed to come up short in the playoffs. Last season the Texans finished the regular season at 12-4 and took down the Cincinnati Bengals in their AFC Wildcard match-up. In the AFC Divisional round the Texans weren’t able to slow down Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, losing by a score of 41-28. The Texans will look to rebound from the their playoff loss and make a run at the Lombardi Trophy this season. They’ve got plenty of playoff experience under their collective belts which makes them among the favorites to win the AFC.
Behind their superstar running back Arian Foster and veteran QB Matt Schaub the Texans only lost four games in the regular season and at times looked unbeatable. Their defense was among the best in the league, often holding opponents under double digits The Texans will look to capture another AFC South division title this season and make it past the AFC Divisional round of the playoffs for the first time in franchise history. You can be there to experience all the excitement by ordering your Houston Texans playoff tickets today from GoTickets.
In addition to the regular games against their divisional opponents, the Houston Texans schedule includes a showdown against Tom Brady and the Patriots, along with several challenging road games against the Ravens and 49ers. GoTickets has a huge selection of Reliant Stadium seats for every game, so order your Houston Texans tickets today and get ready to cheer them all the way to the Super Bowl.