On June 1, the Texans were 100 days away from the start of their 2019 campaign.
Houston kicks off the season with a road contest at the New Orleans Saints, and the two squads will duke it out on September 9 in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
HoustonTexans.com is re-living, one day at a time for 100 straight days, some top moments in franchise history.
It's not necessarily a big play. Often times it will be, but we'll also focus on off-the-field moments and times that occurred before a Texans team ever suited up.
This is the 100th year of NFL football, and 18th season for the Texans. But keep this in mind, years before Houston beat the Dallas Cowboys in the organization's first regular season game in 2002, team chairman/founder/CEO Bob McNair worked to get an NFL franchise. There's quite a bit to cover over 100 days, and we hope you'll enjoy looking back at some interesting moments in Texans history.
In 2018, Johnathan Joseph intercepted Nathan Peterman for a touchdown to secure victory against the Buffalo Bills at NRG Stadium. John Harris and Drew Dougherty go to the film to break down the play.
With over 87,000 screaming fans looking on, the Houston Texans played in one of the most-highly anticipated games in 2016. On Nov. 21, 2016, the 7-2 Texans and the 7-2 Oakland Raiders faced off in the first-ever Monday Night Football game to be played outside the U.S.
Texans Care Volunteer Day began with a bang: players, coaches, cheerleaders, TORO the mascot, front office staff and fans of the team fanned out across the city to volunteer their time at a variety of charitable organizations.
Texans late founder, chairman and CEO Bob McNair (1937-2018) and his wife, Janice, helped cut the ribbon at the grand opening of the Houston Texans YMCA, the first YMCA in the country to be named after a professional sports team. In 2011, the Houston Texans YMCA opened its doors to the Third Ward community.