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The Houston Texans are young. The Houston Texans are hungry. But even as the NFL’s youngest team, Houston has already built a playoff legacy for itself.

2002 was the Texans’ inaugural season. The Oiler’s decision to relocate and rebrand as the Tennessee Titans in 1997 had left the city longing for a pro team, and the Texans were met with open arms.

Wins were rare in the early seasons, yet Houston steadily improved. Former backup to John Elway and Texas A&M product Gary Kubiak signed on as head coach in 2006 and brought the franchise its first 8-win season in 2007.

A regression in 2010 led to the drafting of superstar Defensive End JJ Watt in 2011. Watt changed the franchise and earned his keep as a multiple-time winner of the Defensive Player of the Year award. Under the guidance of Defensive Coordinator Wade Phillips, Watt’s Texans won the AFC South and competed in their first playoffs, before losing in the second round. The Texans followed up with another stellar season, once again beating the Bengals to make the semifinals.

2013 balanced Watt’s defense with deep-threat DeAndre Hopkins at wide receiver. Hopkins struck fear in defenses around the league, with his uncanny ability to catch balls anywhere at any time and roll off defenders for deep gains. After a challenging first season for Hopkins in which the Texans went 2-14, Houston pulled of followed by back-to-back 9-7 campaigns and a playoff berth in 2015.

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