Houston Texans Debut Drastic Uniform Changes

The Houston Texans are ready to embark on a new era. The team debuted shocking new uniform and logo changes earlier today, their first since debuting as a franchise in 2002.

The Texans have preserved much of their iconic look for their base home and away uniforms, but their new alternates are about as bold as it gets in the NFL. Their new candy-red uniforms replace their logo on the helmet with a bold bullhorn, and their ice-blue variant prominently features a new H logo with a red star, emphasizing the team's relationship with the city of Houston.

After 2023 Offensive Rookie of the Year C.J. Stroud suddenly thrust them back into the NFL spotlight last year, it makes sense for the Texans to introduce a little more sizzle into their presentation. Stroud flashed potential for a real winning formula in his first year, leading the league in passing yards per game (273.9) and interception percentage (1.0%). As a result, the Texans won their first playoff game since the 2019 postseason.

If Stroud is truly the NFL's next great quarterback, the Texans will be more visible than they've ever been. The young franchise remains one of the few teams in the league without a championship or Super Bowl appearance in their history, but they'll have a chance to win a lot of new fans if they can play great AND look great.

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