Houston Texans: Top 5 Non-Divisional Matchups for 2020 season
By Cody Taylor
Taking a closer look at Houston Texans’ top five Non-Divisional Matchups for the 2020 NFL regular season.
As we await more news in terms of what will actually happen with NFL season due to COVID-19, looking at the Houston Texans’ scheduling matchups is a nice way to pass time. Today is a good time to look at the five non-divisional that every Texans fan should circle on their calendar to watch, as we have some high fliers this upcoming season despite the lack of prime time slots.
These are also the five games you should hope to see the absolute best from the Texans as they strive to bring the city of Houston the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
5: Houston Texans vs. Minnesota Vikings, Week 4, 12 PM, FOX, NRG Stadium.
The Minnesota Vikings had a similar major off-season trade like the Houston Texans by sending wide receiver Stefon Diggs to the Buffalo Bills, only they got a much more satisfying return. The Vikings are still going to have a potent offense without Diggs.
Two-time Pro Bowl wide receiver, Adam Thielen, their 2020 first-round rookie wide receiver, Justin Jefferson, Pro Bowl running back, Dalvin Cook, and Pro Bowl tight end Kyle Rudolph are still going to give opposing defenses trouble. Speaking of trouble, the Vikings hold a perfect record against the Texans with a 4-0 all-time record.
The Vikings stand at the end of a tough opening month for Houston as they have to claw through Kansa City Chiefs, Baltimore, Ravens, and Pittsburgh Steelers before facing Minnesota. If the Texans’ defense can rise to the occasion against another team with an abundance of weapons, Houston might just finally pull out their first win against the North.