What channel is the Houston Texans game against the Arizona Cardinals?
As the Houston Texans go out to Arizona to try and notch their second win of the season, Texans fans will be able to watch the game on CBS. For those who are within the Houston area, the Safari web browser will also provide a way to stream the game.
The Texans website also provides many more ways to watch the game, and for more details on that click here.
This will be the fifth all-time meeting for these two teams, with the home team in each matchup never losing. On top of that, it’s going to be the first game against DeAndre Hopkins and J.J. Watt. A scary image for Texans fans that’s ironically just before Halloween.
What time does the Houston Texans at Arizona Cardinals game start?
That is 4:25 pm ET, so 3:25 Central/ Houston time is when kickoff will be.
Will the weather be a factor on Sunday?
The only way it may be is if the Cardinals elect to have the roof open. High temperatures are in the mid-80s with lows teetering in the low 60s at night, according to AccuWeather. In the rare instance that it is open, the Texans would be facing the hottest part of the day around the third quarter.
Who is going to start for the Houston Texans at quarterback?
After David Culley revealed that Tyrod Taylor is “one day at a time“, Davis Mills is set to go up against the only undefeated team left in the NFL. Mills had a decent outing against Indianapolis last week, leading drives into Colts territory but coming out with either a field goal or turnover by his skill players.
There may be a lot of garbage time yards for Mills this week, and that’s worth remembering down the road. The key to competing in this game is to keep the Cardinals’ high-powered offense on the bench. Be prepared to see a lot of rushing attempts at the middle of Arizona’s defensive line, the weakest part of their team.