The Houston Texans are 6-3 and because they play in the Division II AFC South they are primed for their first division title as well as first playoff appearance ever. Good for Houston. Diehard fans south as those who live in a city that feels like the inside of someone's mouth should be rewarded with a playoff game every now and then.
Houston should have playoff NFL football for the first time since 1993. That was the season Jack Pardee and Warren Moon led the Oilers to a 12-4 record, which resulted in a 28-20 division playoff loss to Joe Montana and the Chiefs back on Jan. 16, 1994.
But despite this new, cute success by the Texans they are still not any bigger than what is right now an average Dallas Cowboys professional football team.
Or that's what CBS says.
According to the Houston Chronicle, the only places in the state where you can watch the Texans/Bucs game will be KHOU in Houston, KFDM in Beaumont, KBTX in Bryan-College Station and KXTS in Victoria.
Every other CBS station in Texas will carry the Cowboys game instead.
If you really are a Texans fan, it's either a sports bar, or DirecTV.
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