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By the Numbers: Texans 2014 Schedule

Posted Apr 23, 2014

Check out these interesting tidbits about the 2014 schedule for the Houston Texans.

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The 2014 Schedule is out and we decided to check out some fun numbers as it pertains to the Texans and their regular season opponents in 2014.

By The Numbers


  • 0 - games vs. AFC South opponents in the month of September.
  • 1 - Monday Night Football game (Week 7 at Steelers on ESPN)
  • 2 - number of back-to-back homestands (Week 12 & 13 vs. Bengals and Titans, and Week 16 & 17 vs. Ravens and Jaguars).
  • 3- number of teams the Texans will face who made the playoffs in 2013 (Colts, Eagles and Bengals).
  • 10 - number of games played in a retractable roof stadium. (8 at soon to be NRG Stadium, 1 at Cowboys, 1 at Colts.
  • 51- degrees (F) is average daily high temperature annually in Cleveland, OH on November 16.
  • 72 - degrees (F) is average daily high temperature annually in Oakland, CA on September 14.
  • 264 - miles it takes to drive from soon to be NRG Stadium to the game against the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
  • 3,256 - round trip flight miles for the Texans' longest road trip this season (at Oakland on September 14).
  • 2,798- round trip flight miles for the team's second-longest road trip of the season (at Giants on September 21) the week after playing at Oakland.
  • 15,526- the number of flight miles from Bush Intercontinental Airport to Khartoum, Sudan, and back.
  • 15,554 - The flight miles the Texans will travel (round trip) over the course of the 2014 regular season.

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