The Houston Texans are a professional American National Football League team in Houston, Texas. Their current quarterback is Deshaun Watson. They are part of the American Football Conference (AFC). The Texans joined the NFL in 2002 as an expansion team.
|Established 2002 |
Play in NRG Stadium
National Football League (2002–present)
|Team colors||Deep Steel Blue, Battle Red, Liberty White|
|General Manager||Rick Smith|
|Head Coach||Bill O' Brien|
|League Championships (0)
|Conference Championships (0)|
|Division Championships (0)|
The team is, of course, named for their home state. There was another "Texans" team in the early 1960s, the Dallas Texas. That team move and became the Kansas City Chiefs. The first NFL team in Houston was the "Oilers". The Oilers moved to Tennessee and were renamed the "Titans". The Texans were created in order to replace the Oilers in Houston.