Texans vs Colts : 2019 live stream Time, TV schedule, and how to watch NFL playoffs online,The Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans will meet for the third time this season on Saturday, when the latter plays host to the former from NRG Stadium. The wild card round playoff matchup is set to begin at 4:35 p.m. ET and will be broadcast by ESPN and ABC (live streaming via Watch ESPN).
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NFL Playoffs 2019
Team :Texans vs Colts
Date : Saturday, January 5, 2019
Start Time : 04:35 Pm ET
Texans vs Colts Live
As AFC South rivals, the two teams have already played twice, and they split that series. The Texans won the first one back in Week 4 in Indianapolis, snapping a nine-game losing skid dating back to last season. Then the Colts beat them in Houston in Week 14, which snapped a Texans nine-game winning streak.
The first time around, the Texans missed a 59-yard field goal as regulation expired, sending the game to overtime. Both teams kicked field goals, but the Colts eventually lost when they went for it on fourth down inside their own territory, giving the Texans great field position to kick another field goal and win, 37-34.
In their second outing, there was quite a bit less drama, but it was still a very close contest, with Andrew Luck throwing for 400 yards in a 24-21 victory in regulation. Both teams have been up-and-down this season, but the Colts are arguably the hottest team in the playoffs, having won nine of their last 10 games.
Colts vs. Texans live stream: Watch AFC Wild Card game online originally appeared on nbcsportsbostonThe 2018 Houston Texans were a feel-good regular season story, but they’ll be put to the test Saturday afternoon.
The AFC No. 3 seed Texans will host the No. 6 seed Indianapolis Colts in an AFC Wild Card matchup between AFC South rivals. Indy has won three of its last four meetings with Houston, including a 24-21 road victory on Dec. 9.
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New England Patriots fans will be watching this one intently. If the Texans win, they’ll earn a Divisional Round matchup next Sunday with the Patriots, who are 10-1 all time against Houston.