Houston, Texas (PRWEB) January 05, 2012
The Houston Texans have been plagued all season with injuries to key players, including two quarterbacks, the leading running back, wide receiver and defensive player. It’s been tough for fans to watch, but they’ve held on, supporting their team. The team has held on, too, fighting through losing players left and right. Backups have stepped up to fill shoes many thought were too big for them to fill.
That fight has paid off. The Texans, for the first time in franchise history, won their division and secured a place in the NFL playoffs. Houston football hasn’t seen the playoffs since 1993 when the Oilers won the AFC Central division.
As the season has picked up momentum, fans started thinking that maybe, just maybe, the Texans could take it further than ever this year. Each game has brought new drama and passion, and with the three recent losses still hanging in the air, Houston fans are ready to see some wins in the playoffs.
The team is seeded third in the AFC, behind the New England Patriots and the Baltimore Ravens. By winning their division, the Texans are guaranteed that their first game will be at Reliant Stadium. That game will be against the Wildcard Seed #6 team, which is the Cincinnati Bengals.
Countless fans have despaired about the fact that the box office sold out of tickets in mere minutes, when in fact tickets have never been easier to get. MyTicketin.com has a vast inventory of tickets to choose from, all in great locations at unbeatable prices.
Better yet, MyTicketin.com is based right here in Houston and offers free pickup in their office, conveniently located in the Galleria area. MyTicketin.com never charges service fees, so customers are guaranteed to get a great deal on tickets. MyTicketin.com also buys tickets, so fans who already have tickets to the game but can’t make it have a way to take care of the tickets as well as make a little extra cash.
Whatever way fans choose to support the Texans, MyTicketin.com can help. Connect with them on Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus to stay in the loop, sign up for their sports newsletter to follow the Texans’ journey through the playoffs, or get out there in the stands and cheer the team on in person. It’s time for the Texans.