How to stream the Texans vs Titans game online


The Houston Texans and the Tennessee Titans have an incestuous relationship. The Titans resided in Houston, where they were the Houston Oilers, until they moved to Nashville. The city of Houston once again received a football team when the Texans were sired. Since then every franchise has hated each other, with one ignoring their team’s origins and the other loathing what was once theirs.

The problem with this rivalry is that the Texans and the Titans are rarely good at the same time. Their competition cycles consisted of two circles scribbled on different sides of the whiteboard. Cloister. Far. Never cross paths. Aside from a 24-21 win at Houston in Week 5 of 2019, those games have been hideous and had no playoff ramifications.

The Titans have searched the wreckage of the Texans. A boil appeared on the bull’s back. Former defensive coordinator Mike Vrable is the head coach, who has created a football culture that the Texans are trying to create. Center Ben Jones, running back D’Onta Foreman, kicker Randy Bullock and offensive tackle Kendall Lamm all made their debuts in Houston and were more successful in Tennessee. Aside from Jadeveon Clowney and the corpse of Jonathan Joseph, Vrable took the players the Texans had before and rebuilt them better in Nashville.

Tennessee has also fulfilled the role that Houston previously fulfilled. Now it’s the team devouring a terrible division. Beating Indianapolis twice, Jacksonville once, facing their first game against Houston, they have the AFC South locked up and use the cupcake to get a potential field advantage in the playoffs. Bill O’Brien used to do what Vrable does: go 5-1 in the division, win against a good team, barely beat the bad ones. The main difference is that the Titans beat big teams and qualified for an AFC Championship game.

For the most part, this game is about the past, the team they had before, the players they were watching. Instead, it should be affection. The Titans have infected the AFC with their own brand of absurd football, where turnovers, special teams, bizarre clock management and a hitting run game all create unexpected wins. You have enough hate in your heart. Nobody makes you say “TITAN UP” just try to take advantage of the Titans this weekend as they look to continue their run against Houston.

What time is Texans-Titans?


  • Dated: Sunday 21 November 2021
  • To start up: 12h00 HC
  • Site: Nashville, Tennessee
  • Channel: SCS
  • Local channel: KHOU

How to broadcast Texans-Titans?

Most streaming services include local channels, which means you’ll be able to watch all of the Texans’ games if you live in the Houston area. NFL broadcast policy requires prime-time games to appear on live TV in the local market, which means that even if a game is on ESPN, it will also be on a local channel.

Below are those streaming services, the length of their free trial, and their cost thereafter.

If you’re a Texans fan and live outside of the Houston area, the only way to guarantee you can watch every game this season is with the NFL Sunday Ticket. The NFL broadcast card requires the home team’s game to be on TV, so if they’re playing against the Texans, you’re in luck. But if they’re up against someone else at the same time, you’re out of luck without the NFL Sunday Ticket.

For more information on streaming each Texans game this season, check out the full article on How to Stream Texans Games.

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