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The Housttexans on Texans are a professional American football team, who are presently member of the Southern Division of the American Football Conference (AFC) in the National Football League (NFL). Prior to Houston Texans, Huston Oliers were the National football League team that represented Huston till 1996, but the team moved to Nashville in 1997 and became Tennessee Titans. In 2002, The Texans became part of the National League Football. The Texans registered their team's name in NFL history by winning successive seasons opening matches as first expansion team; in 2002, defeating its established NFC in-state rival Dallas Cowboys in its first regular season game by a score of 19-10; then in 2003, beating the Miami Dolphins 21-20. In 2004, the Texans were the host team for Super Bowl XXXVIII. By the year 2005, the Texans on their way to progress had recorded winning records with each following year; 4-12 in its first season, 5-11 in 2003, and 7-9 in 2004. Their hard work bore fruits when they got through some of the major barriers and won two successive games twice in year 2004 after being faded to do so in 2002 and 2003.

The team could have won three in a string to closing the season, but the Cleveland Browns thwarted them. During one famous series in 2004texans, the Texans were victorious over the Tennessee Titans (the previous Houston franchise) and the Jacksonville Jaguars. Though team's fans were contended with the growth made by them till this position but they hissed them for their terrible presentation in the last game against Browns in 2004, this game ended the season too. Expectations were high from the team in year 2005 but team gave a mediocre performance. Owner Bob McNair sued Head coach Dom Capers in the first week of January 2006. General Manager Charley Casserly, rumored to also be a target for firing, will remain with the team. Dan Reeves will carry on with his present designation as consultant by the time team searches for a new coach. On January 22, 2006 , Bob McNair announced that Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak would become the Texans' second head coach.



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