Texans vs. Jaguars: TV schedule, radio, live stream, where to watch
The Houston Texans are still looking for their first win of the 2020 NFL season in Week 5.
There have been a few big-time changes for the Houston Texans this past week, but Sunday is the time to put all of that in the past, and leave it there, as there is a new obstacle in front of them named the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Houston Texans are still on the lookout for their first win of the 2020 regular season at 0-4, while the Jaguars are 1-3 overall, but Jacksonville is on a three-game losing streak of their own. Last Sunday, the Texans lost to the Minnesota Vikings by a 31-23 score, while Jacksonville is coming off a 33-25 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.
In fact the last three losses by the Jaguars were the first wins of the season by their opponents, so there is some hope there for the Houston Texans this Sunday.
Houston Texans News: Here is how to watch the game on Sunday
Date: Sunday, Oct. 11
Start time: noon CT
Location: Houston, TX
Stadium: NRG Stadium
TV Info: CBS
Radio Broadcast: SportsRadio 610, NFL GamePass
Live Stream: fuboTV
The advantage of this game should go to the Houston Texans because they are the favorites by the oddsmakers, as The Action Network has the Texans at -5.5 over the visiting Jaguars, and the Texans have won their past four meetings with Jacksonville as well.
This has been a unique week for the Houston Texans to say the least. They fired head coach/general manager Bill O’Brien after the 0-4 start on Monday, they moved Romeo Crennel over as the interim head coach, Tim Kelly is back to being the top play caller on offense, and there were reports of arguments happening between J.J. Watt and O’Brien a couple weeks ago before the Texans played the Pittsburgh Steelers.
That is a lot for any team to overcome, much less one that is 0-4 overall. It will be interesting to see how this game turns out, and if the Jaguars can take advantage of all the hectic activities that the Houston Texans have been dealing with the past seven days.
Announcing the game for CBS will be Andrew Catalon and James Lofton.