New England Patriots vs Houston Texans (live stream online details here) of 2017 NFL Preseason Week 2 kicks off at 8:00 PM EDT at NRG Stadium with live broadcast on NFL Network and Game Pass.
[agg-ad id=”442″ align=”center”][agg-ad id=”834″ align=”center”]The reigning Super Bowl champions New England Patriots will hit the road for a Week 2 preseason game in Houston to take against the Texans. Here are all the details you’ll need to enjoy the game between the Patriots and Texans.
The New England Patriots are getting closer to the kick of the 2017 NFL regular season opener. As the reigning champions, there will without a doubt be the target on their back this upcoming regular season.
[agg-ad id=”438″ align=”left”]In their preseason opener, the New England rested almost all of their starting players as well as the main backup veterans against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Without their first-stringers, the Patriots were incapable to beat the their opponent in the first preseason contest, but the coaching staff was accomplished to get a better view at some young core rookie players.
The Patriots is all set to get their starters some action against the Texans. Superstar quarterback Tom Brady is anticipated to make his preseason debut this year along with many of the other starters for the New England including Rob Gronkowski and among others.
Considering that the Patriots are playing a strong Texans defense, this should be an entertaining matchup to watch for. While the starters likely won’t play much of the entire game, it will definitely be enjoyable to see arguably the most famous quarterback to date, Tom Brady, back on the gridiron for the rest time since winning the Super Bowl.
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Here’s What You Need To Know
Game: New England Patriots vs Houston Texans
Date: Saturday, August 19, 2017
Start Time: 5:00 PM PT, 7:00 PM CT, 8:00 PM ET
Location: NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas
TV Channel: WBZ-TV and NFL Network
Radio: 98.5 The Sports Hub (Boston)
Online Stream: NFL Game Pass will give you access to live out-of-market 2017 NFL preseason games.