Apparently, the NFL instead of doing team by team deals for ticket resellers, is working on a league wide reseller of tickets. Some teams don't have deals with ticket sellers, and in fact, the Patriots are suing StubHub because they forbid reselling tickets for profit. There is a long wait list for Texan fans wanting to be season ticket holders in premium seats. I would like for the Texans to crack down on the folks who are profiteers so that those tickets might become more Texan fan tickets and not visiting team tickets. If the Texans are truly serious about the fans "being the homefield advantage" it is something they need to do. Politely, of course. If you would like to read more about the subject, I wrote about it here: NFL to Get New Deal With Ticket Resellers: Are Fans Winners or Losers? I have mixed feelings about it some, but ultimately, I think encouraging people to purchase tickets for profit hurts your fanbase. There are so many people who want to be in the BullPen for example, or on the sidelines. Prohibiting resale for profit might hurt the value of your PSL longterm, but I didn't buy that puppy to make money from it. So, if this is an issue that really bothers you, I suggest doing the following: 1. Leave a comment at the article. Doesn't need to be a long comment, but something short that adds to the conversation and is preferably polite and logical. Just something that shows publicly you care. 2. Click on the "Email This" link at the bottom of the article. 3. Email it to "Fanfeedback@HoustonTexans.com" Be sure to leave them your real email and name, and a brief polite comment about the topic. (As a bonus, I think they are giving away Andre Johnson minihelmets to people sending stuff to fanfeedback--don't know the cutoff date off the top of my head). 4. Spread the word to those who you think might be interested in this.