The Houston Texans enter the preseason already with a disadvantage, as star running back Arian Foster is going to miss at least the first half of the season after having surgery to repair his injured groin. Texans running backs Chris Polk and Alfred Blue will be handling most of the duties until his return as a result.
There is also a quarterback position battle between Brian Hoyer and Ryan Mallett, who both are familiar with Texans head coach Bill O’Brien after he was the quarterback coach for the New England Patriots. Both are inexperienced starters in the NFL, which could make it tough as they first embark on the upcoming campaign.
With a lot of roster questions still to be decided, the stars of Hard Knocks on HBO continue their preseason slate this weekend. With secondary market ticket information provided by RazorGator.com, below are prices for Houston Texans tickets before the regular season begins. The organization is certainly hoping that the attention brought to the team by the HBO program will lead to increased interest and attendance at home and on the road in 2015.
8/22/2015 | Houston Texans vs. Denver Broncos | NRG Stadium | Average Price: $103.54 | Get-in Price: $27
8/30/2015 | New Orleans Saints vs. Houston Texans | Mercedes Benz Superdome | Average Price: $47 | Get-in Price: $10
9/3/2015 | Dallas Cowboys vs. Houston Texans | AT&T Stadium | Average Price: $69.74 | Get-in Price: $3
The Houston Texans start in the comfort of NRG Stadium, where they played host to the San Francisco 49ers last weekend and the Denver Broncos in their first upcoming preseason game.The game against Denver is priced at $103.54, the only remaining game with an average ticket price over the $100 mark.
Houston then hits the road to close out their preseason schedule. Week 3 against the Saints in New Orleans is the cheaper option between the two road games, as tickets have an average price of $47 and a get-in price of $10. This game will most likely provide the most value, as the starters usually play into the second half. Plus, it should be a very live atmosphere, as it always is, from the Superdome.
For the finale, the Texans play their in-state rival, the Dallas Cowboys. Entrance into Jerry’s World has an average price of $69.74, with a cheap get-in price of only $3.