Texans vs. Ravens: TV schedule, radio, live stream, where to watch

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Here is how to watch and listen to the Houston Texans in Week 2 against the Ravens.

It has been 10 days since the Houston Texans last took the field in their season-opening loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Much was learned about the team in the loss, but they must move on to Week 2 as the Baltimore Ravens will be visiting NRG Stadium.

The Texans and the Ravens are no strangers to each other as Houston lost to the Ravens in the regular season a year ago by a 41-7 score in Baltimore. That was the worst regular-season loss of the season, but the Texans rebounded and eventually won the AFC South and played in two playoff games.

This season, the superstar battle is still the same with quarterbacks Deshaun Watson of the Houston Texans and Lamar Jackson of the Baltimore Ravens stealing all the headlines, but there is more to this game than the great QB play we can watch on Sunday,

Another spotlight for this game is rookie running back J.K. Dobbins of the Ravens and running back David Johnson of the Texans. These two players are at very different points in their pro careers, with Dobbins coming off a two-touchdown game in his NFL debut as he totaled just seven carries. Dobbins showed even as a rookie the Ravens trust him with the football at the goal line which will be very important in this game.

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Johnson is trying to rebuild his career after being traded to the Houston Texans this past offseason. In Week 1 against Kansas City, he was off to a great start with 11 carries for 77 yards and one touchdown.

Keep an eye on these two players as they could be the game changers and the reason their respective team gains the win.

Houston Texans News: Here is how to watch the game on Sunday

Date: Sunday, Sept. 20
Start time: 3:25 p.m. CT
Location: Houston, TX
Stadium: NRG Stadium
TV Info: CBS
Radio Broadcast: SportsRadio 610, NFL GamePass
Live Stream: fuboTV

Though the odds are against the Texans entering this Week 2 game, upsets are more than capable of happening. The hope for the Texans is they have learned from some of their miscues and play calling from Week 2 and they work to adjust in this Week 2 game.

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Though each game in the NFL is important, this isn’t a “must win game,” but this game should have the expectation of being a competitive game for the the Houston Texans because if they want to be a serious contender, they have to start playing like one against the best teams in the league.