2007 Houston Texans Season

The 2007 Houston Texans season began with the team trying to improve on their 6–10 record in 2006. This season marks the sixth year of existence for the Texans franchise as well as Reliant Stadium.

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2007 Houston Texans Season - Regular Season Results - Week 17: Vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
... 4 ... Total Jaguars 28 ... Texans 42 ... at Reliant Stadium, Houston, Texas Game time 100 p.m ... Dick Enberg (play-by-play) Randy Cross (play-by-play) Hoping to end their season on a high note, the Texans went home and played a Week 17 AFC South ... In the first quarter, Houston trailed early as QB Quinn Gray completed a 22-yard TD pass to WR Reggie Williams for the only score of the period ...

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