Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by ArlingtonTexan, Apr 10, 2017.
Week 1, Aug. 10-14
at Carolina (KTRK-TV)
Week 2, Aug. 17-21
NEW ENGLAND (KTRK-TV)
Week 3, Aug. 24-28
at New Orleans(KTRK-TV)
Week 4, Aug. 31-Sept. 1
meh to the meh
Yippee yi yo ky yay! A game against the NE Muggers that doesn't count!
AFC South Division Pre-Season Champions
Oh boy practice that sounds so exciting.
No regular schedule thread so
Some NFL schedule notes: The first Thursday night game is Chiefs at Patriots. The second is Texans at Bengals.
4 prime time games for the Texans.
Thu. Sep. 14 - @ Cincinnati
Sun. Oct. 8 - Kansas City
Mon. Nov. 27 - @ Baltimore
Mon. Dec. 25 - Pittsburgh
Steeler fans travel well. I'll probably be able to sell those tickets at 3x face value.
And that's why home games feel like road games here.
Of course, depending on what their record is late December, I could see trying to get some money back.
Looks like 9-7 to me.
This is not unique to Houston fans.
Heh, heh, heh
With the AFCS being what it is, and the Browns, there's no reason we shouldn't be able to win 2-3 more games at make it a 9-10 win season.
All hinges on how the QB position plays out, but I think Tom Savage, IF HEALTHY (big caveat) could get us to 9-7 at least. Or more accurately, he should play well enough to let our defense get us to 9-7.
It's not really about the money. I'm just not as into the long drive as I used to be. I used to give my tickets to family, as gifts. But I found out people actually pay 3x what I pay for tickets like mine.
For all I know, they're probably Texans fans... but I doubt it. To get 3x face value it's usually against those well traveling teams; Cowboys, Steelers, Eagles, Patriots.
If I sell my tickets to one game at 3x value, it's like I get to go to two games free. So even though I said it's not about the money it does help with the ever increasing ticket prices.
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