Texans release unofficial depth chart for season opener against Kansas City

The Houston Texans commence the 2015 regular season at home against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, Sept. 13. Kickoff at NRG Stadium is slated for Noon CT.

Houston will wear all-white uniforms and honor first responders in its annual Liberty White Out game presented by BHP Billiton.

The Texans have won their past five season openers dating back to 2010, which is the longest active streak in the NFL. Overall, Houston has posted an 8-5 record in the first game of the season and its .615 winning percentage in those games ranks third in the NFL, behind only Dallas (.667) and Denver (.648).

Sunday's matchup will feature two of the NFL's top pass rushers in Chiefs LB Justin Houston and Texans DE J.J. Watt, who finished the 2014 campaign ranked first and second in the NFL in sacks, respectively. Both teams' defenses also placed in the top 10 in the league in points allowed last year.

You can see the full depth chart below.

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