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

Houston Texans running back Duke Johnson (25) Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports
Houston Texans running back Duke Johnson (25) Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports /
Houston Texans, Duke Johnson
Houston Texans running back Duke Johnson (25) Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports /

Here is how to watch to the Houston Texans in Week 10 at the Cleveland Browns.

The Houston Texans 2020 season has them at 2-7 overall entering their Week 10 game against the host Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland. The home team Browns are 5-3 and coming off a bye week, and are playing their best football in years.

The playoff hopes of the Texans are all but a distance memory unless they win every game remaining on the schedule. The Browns have an actual shot of possibly earning one of the last spots in the playoffs if things go their way, so this Week 10 game is very important for the Browns.

Houston is coming off their second win of the season as they defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars last Sunday, but in that game they lost starting running back David Johnson for this weekend, and a couple more games after that due to a concussion suffered early on in the win.

The Houston Texans still have Duke Johnson at running back, and there is always Deshaun Watson who can not only be an excellent quarterback through the air, but he can easily take over a game with his rushing skills. Watson this season has 40 carries for 197 yards and one touchdown.

Watson is averaging 4.9 yards per carry this season, which is basically the same YPC he had last season on 82 carries when he rushed for 413 yards and seven touchdowns.

Deshaun Watson is always the key on offense for the Houston Texans each week on offense. With David Johnson out, and the offense as a whole already not the greatest at times, maybe we’ll see Watson running with the football more, for not only that reason, but the pass rush of the Browns with Myles Garrett is tough to stop as well.

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

Date: Sunday, Nov. 15
Start time: noon CT
Location: Cleveland, OH
Stadium: FirstEnergy Stadium
TV Info: FOX
Radio Broadcast: SportsRadio 610, NFL GamePass
Live Stream: fuboTV

The Houston Texans lead the all-time series at 7-3 overall with Houston winning the past five meetings. The most recent time these two teams faced each other was in Dec. 2018 when the Texans won 29-13 in Houston.

The last time the Texans faced the Browns in Cleveland was in Nov. 2014 where the Texans won, 23-7. The Browns last defeated the Houston Texans in Nov. 2007 where Cleveland won by a 27-17 score at their home field.

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Announcing the game for FOX will be Dick Stockton and Matt Millen per 506 Sports.