After Sunday’s playoff loss, the Texans now ponder the future. Much will change between now and September, but one thing is sure: the Texans know who they’ll play in 2019.
While the exact times and dates will be released by the NFL in mid-April, the home and road opponents are certain.
As always, they’ll play at home and on the road verus their three AFC South opponents: the Colts, Titans and Jaguars. The Texans will also face the AFC West, with NRG Stadium contests against the Raiders and Broncos, and road games against the Chargers and Chiefs.
The NFC South is also on tap, with the Panthers and Falcons coming back to Houston in the regular season for the first time since 2011, and the Texans facing the Saints and Buccaneers on the road.
Because Houston won a division title, they’ll face the other two AFC division winners in the Patriots and the Ravens. The game against New England will be in Houston, and the Texans will travel to Baltimore.
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The Houston Texans took on the Indianapolis Colts for the 2018-2019 Wildcard Game.