The Houston Texans are an American football club headquartered in Houston that competes in the National Football League. The Houston Texans are a member club of the American Football Conference (AFC) South division of the National Football League (NFL). They play their home games at NRG Stadium, which serves as their home field.

They were created in 1999 and owned by Bob McNair until his death in 2018; upon McNair’s death, the Texans were sold to his wife, Janice, who now owns the franchise in its entirety.

They took over for the city’s former NFL club, which had been in existence since 1960 but had since relocated to Nashville, where they became the Tennessee Titans in 1997. It was as an expansion club that the Texans first competed in 2002, making them the NFL’s youngest franchise presently participating in the league.

The Houston Texans 2005 Season had the worst team and worst season. After four seasons in the National Football League, the 2005 Houston Texans season was their final under head coach Dom Capers. This was the poorest season in Texans history, with a record of 1-14. (a record that would later be matched in 2013). It was after the season that the team parted ways with head coach Dom Capers; he was replaced by Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak.

The poor Houston defense surrendered a league-high 431 points in the team’s 260-point win. The Texans’ Domanick Davis rushed for a team-leading 976 yards. David Carr passed for a total of 2,488 yards. ‘ Andre Johnson had the most receptions, 63, with 688 yards. Jabar Gaffney also offered assistance in the form of receiving it.
A total of two of his opponents’ passes were intercepted by Glenn Earl. Shantee Orr intercepted seven passes from opposition players.

2005 Houston Texans final roster


8 David Carr
12 Tony Banks
4 Dave Ragone

Running backs

25 Tony Hollings
34 Vernand Morency
44 Moran Norris FB
32 Jonathan Wells
37 Domanick Williams

Wide receivers

88 Derick Armstrong
85 Corey Bradford
86 Jabar Gaffney
80 Andre Johnson
13 Jerome Mathis RS
11 Donovan Morgan

Tight ends

87 Mark Bruener
81 Matt Murphy
84 Marcellus Rivers

Offensive linemen

67 Milford Brown G
63 Drew Hodgdon C
76 Steve McKinney C
69 Chester Pitts G
68 Victor Riley T
71 Todd Wade T
78 Seth Wand T
77 Todd Washington G/C
70 Fred Weary G
72 Zach Wiegert G

Defensive linemen

95 Jerry DeLoach DE
94 Junior Ioane DT
75 Travis Johnson DT
97 rookie=y DE
91 Seth Payne DT
99 Robaire Smith DE
96 Gary Walker DE


50 Charlie Anderson OLB
93 Jason Babin OLB
59 Frank Chamberlin ILB
54 Troy Evans OLB
56 Morlon Greenwood ILB
53 Shantee Orr OLB
98 Antwan Peek OLB
51 DaShon Polk ILB
52 Kailee Wong ILB

Defensive backs

33 Jason Bell CB
24 C. C. Brown SS
31 Phillip Buchanon CB
42 Marcus Coleman FS
26 Glenn Earl SS
38 Demarcus Faggins CB
23 Dunta Robinson CB
21 Lewis Sanders CB
30 Jason Simmons FS
22 Ramon Walker

Special teams

3 Kris Brown K
48 Bryan Pittman LS
7 Chad Stanley P


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