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The 2003 Houston Texans Football Schedule

Discussion in 'Houston Texans' started by BobFinn*, Apr 8, 2003.

  1. BobFinn*

    BobFinn* Contributing Member

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    Didn't see this posted anywhere. If it is, I apologize.

    The 2003 Houston Texans Football Schedule

    Pre-season


    Saturday August 9th Denver Broncos 7:30pm

    Friday August 15th @ Dallas Cowboys 7:30pm

    Saturday August 23rd San Diego Chargers 7:30 pm

    Thursday August 28th @ Tampa Bay Buccanneers 7pm



    Regular Season

    Sunday Sept. 7th @ Miami Dolphins Noon

    Sunday Sept. 14th @ New Orleans Saints Noon

    Sunday Sept. 21st Kansas City Chiefs Noon

    Sunday Sept. 28th Jacksonville Jaguars Noon

    Sunday Oct. 5th Bye Week

    Sunday Oct. 12th @ Tennessee Titans Noon

    Sunday, Oct. 19th New York Jets 3:15pm

    Sunday Oct. 26th @ Indianapolis Colts 3:15 pm

    Sunday Nov. 2nd Carolina Panthers Noon

    Sunday Nov. 9th @ Cincinnati Bengals Noon

    Sunday Nov. 16th @ Buffalo Bills Noon

    Sunday Nov. 23rd New England Patriots Noon

    Sunday Nov. 30th Atlanta Falcons Noon

    Sunday Dec. 7th @ Jacksonville Jaguars Noon

    Sunday Dec. 14th @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers Noon

    Sunday Dec. 21st Tennessee Titans Noon

    Sunday Dec. 28th Indianapolis Colts Noon
     
  2. Lil Francis

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    6-10. Wins against Saints,Titans,Bengals,Jags,Panthers, and Jets.
     
  3. BobFinn*

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    I came up with 5-11, but I like your 6-10 record better.

    I think we start 0-3 before our first win against the Jags. Following the bye week a loss to the Titans (ugh) followed by beating the Jets at Reliant. A close game with the Colts (which the Colts win). Back to back wins follow (Panthers, Bengals) before a long losing streak. The season ends on a high note with a win against the Colts at home.

    Hope I'm way wrong:)
     
  4. CriscoKidd

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    5-11

    beat the Chiefs, Bengals, Jags the 2nd time, and the colts twice. Manning will become the Texans' beeyotch.
     
  5. Lil Francis

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    Then we draft Frank Gore in the 2004 draft.
     
  6. JayZ750

    JayZ750 Contributing Member

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    Is it just me, or does that schedule look really hard for a team only in its 2nd year??
     
  7. Miguel

    Miguel Contributing Member

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    Going by percentages....



    We have the 7th most difficult schedule behind teams like Tampa Bay, Jets, etc.
     
  8. Phillyrocket

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    Yeah we have a tooouuuggghh schedule this season. While 6-10 would be great to shoot for I wouldn't be surprised if we went 4-12 again or even worse. And going 4-12 wouldn't mean we 're not still moving in the right direction. Our lack of a big splash offseason proves one thing; Casserly is serious about building through the draft and developing our own players rather than blowing big bucks on free agents. That process could take awhile. Hopefully Texan fans will be patient.

    I'll split the difference and say 5-11.

    We come out of the gate hot and surprise the Fins in their crib by holding down Rickey Williams and opening up the offense a la last years cowgirl whooping.

    First home win is against the Jags (they're our b!tch;) )

    We win back to back aginst Carolina and Cincy.

    Then a losing streak until we go to J'ville and crush the p***y cats again!

    Those last three games are brutal.
     
  9. PhiSlammaJamma

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    I'll say 4-12. Maybe one division win next year.
     
  10. Hey Now!

    Hey Now! Contributing Member

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    the schedules are no longer adjusted based on your winning percentage the previous year. we've known since before the 2002 season who we'd be playing (in fact, we know who we'll play through 2008, save for the two "wildcard games" each year).

    frankly, i think it's waaaaaaaay too early to draw any conclusions about our schedule. what looks tough in april may not be so bad in september.
     

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