Here's a quick peek at the Houston Texans 2021 schedule

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Here's a quick peek at the Houston Texans 2021 schedule
How many games will the Texans win? Composite image by Jack Brame.

We found out on Wednesday morning that the Texans will be hosting the Jacksonville Jaguars Week 1 at NRG. According to the Vegas oddsmakers, the Jaguars are favored by 1.5 points despite starting rookie QB Trevor Lawrence on the road in his first NFL game.

The big news on Wednesday night involves the NFL's reveal of the rest of the 2021 schedule. Check out the Texans schedule below and be sure to leave your predictions in the comment section on social media. We'll have a full breakdown of the Texans entire schedule on Thursday, so be sure to come back to SportsMap for an in-depth discussion.

Week One: Jacksonville @ Houston

Week Two: Houston @ Cleveland

Week Three: (TNF) Carolina @ Houston

Week Four: Houston @ Buffalo

Week Five: New England @ Houston

Week Six: Houston @ Indianapolis

Week Seven: Houston @ Arizona

Week Eight: Los Angeles Rams @ Houston

Week Nine: Houston @ Miami

Week Ten: BYE

Week Eleven: Houston @ Tennessee

Week Twelve: New York Jets @ Houston

Week Thirteen: Indianapolis @ Houston

Week Fourteen: Seattle @ Houston

Week Fifteen: Houston @ Jacksonville

Week Sixteen: Los Angeles Chargers @ Houston

Week Seventeen: Houston @ San Francisco

Week Eighteen: Tennessee @ Houston

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The Astros host the Braves Monday night. Composite Getty Image.

The Houston Astros got a huge series win against the Rangers over the weekend, with two big performances from Ronel Blanco and Cristian Javier.

Jose Altuve had two more home runs on Sunday, giving him five total dingers this season. And while it has been a rough start to the season for Houston, they're currently only 2.5 games out of first place in the AL West behind the Rangers.

On the mend

Justin Verlander and Framber Valdez are expected to return to the rotation soon, and Verlander could be ready as soon as Friday against the Washington Nationals.

Astros prospect Joey Loperfido continues to mash the baseball at Triple-A, and Jose Abreu struggled again on Sunday, going 0-4. It's just a matter of time before the Astros promote him to the big leagues. Through 14 games, Loperfido is slashing .333/.429/.895/1.324 with 10 home runs. Loperfido was just recently named the Pacific Coast League Player of the Week.

The offense is looking good

Overall, the Astros offense is doing its part, they're currently 3rd in team OPS this season. Pitching is the area the Astros need to get corrected. Their team ERA is second-to-last at 5.32.

Up next

The Astros will look to keep things going against the Braves on Monday with Spencer Arrighetti on the mound.

Don't miss the video above as we react to the Astros series win over the Rangers, look ahead at the upcoming series with Atlanta, and much more!

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