What's your favorite game this season? Now that the 2018 regular schedule season has been released, we all know who the Texans will face in the fall.
In our first ever 'Roundtable' series, we had our staff of Texans writers share their favorite matchup this upcoming season.
John Harris, Texans Radio: Okay, so let's go Tennessee on Monday Night... First of all, I can't stand the Titans. After the loss at Tennessee last year, the Titans Twitter account made some snide comment, "y'all come back now, ya hear?" I suppose they forgot 57-14 earlier in the year when we had all of our dudes. That did nothing but stoke the fire that much more. The other reason is personal. My first time ever on an NFL sideline was on a Monday night game against the Titans in 2009. The Texans lost a gut punch of a game but it was amazing to be on the sideline at the end. I realized how much I missed being down there. So, I'll be jacked sky high for that meeting in November.
Deepi Sidhu, Texans Lead Writer: I can't wait for Sunday Night Football against the Cowboys. Who can forget the 2014 Tony-Romo-Goes-Silent-Count-At-Home game when the last time these teams met in the regular season? After seeing how Houston fans traveled in droves wearing their Battle Red to AT&T Stadium, this city is going to be nuts when the Cowboys arrive here in Week 5. It's such a big rivalry that there's an actual trophy (the Texas Governor's Cup) that gets passed to the winner. A TROPHY!
Drew Dougherty, Texans TV: I'm most looking forward to the game at Philadelphia. They're the defending champs. It's a couple days before Christmas, and I love that time of year. But most importantly for me: it's the last NFL stadium to check off my list. In 2010 the Texans played there on a Thursday night. I missed that one, because I got married two days later here in Houston. Plus, the Texans got Deshaun Watson in Philly. That was the site of the NFL draft last April when Houston moved up to grab him in the first round.
Check out the opposing quarterbacks the Texans will likely face in 2018. (Photos via AP Images)