Will The Houston Texans Make The Playoffs in 2015?


After falling to a 2-14 season ending record in 2013, the Houston Texans bounced back under new head coach Bill O’Brien last season at 9-7. With the progression arrow pointing upwards, do you believe the Texans will make the playoffs in 2015?

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On the plus side, the AFC South is currently one of the least competitive in the NFL. With the Texans facing the Jacksonville Jaguars (3-13) and Tennessee Titans (2-14) twice a year, Houston’s chances of getting into the postseason next year are increased.

But they also have to face the up and coming Indianapolis Colts (11-5) twice a season. And the Colts won the division last season.

On top of their divisional opponents, the Texans are scheduled to face the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots, the New York Jets, the New Orleans Saints, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the Kansas City Chiefs in Houston this season.

The Texans away games include matchups with the Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, and the Cincinnati Bengals.

Based on their upcoming schedule, I see the Texans going 10-6 this season and getting into the playoffs via the Wildcard round. But what do you think? Will the Houston Texans make the postseason in 2015?

Submit your answer in the poll below and feel free to explain your choice in our comment section.

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