2003 Houston Texans schedule

Season statistics

Offense Defense
Record Playoff record Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
5-11-0 0-0 4306 2655 1651 27 237 6082 3712 2370 22 336
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The Houston Texans' second season was in 2003, and it was the second season Dom Capers served as the head coach of the team. The Texans played their home games at Reliant Stadium. They finished the season 5-11-0, 3-5-0 at home and 2-6-0 on the road.


Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 @ Miami Dolphins 21-20
Week 2 @ New Orleans Saints 10-31
Week 3 Kansas City Chiefs 14-42
Week 4 Jacksonville Jaguars 24-20
Week 6 @ Tennessee Titans 17-38
Week 7 New York Jets 14-19
Week 8 @ Indianapolis Colts 21-30
Week 9 Carolina Panthers 14-10
Week 10 @ Cincinnati Bengals 27-34
Week 11 @ Buffalo Bills 12-10
Week 12 New England Patriots 20-23
Week 13 Atlanta Falcons 17-13
Week 14 @ Jacksonville Jaguars 0-27
Week 15 @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3-16
Week 16 Tennessee Titans 24-27
Week 17 Indianapolis Colts 17-20

2003 Houston Texans Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Dom Capers Offensive Coordinator: Chris Palmer Defensive Coordinator: Vic Fangio Wide Receivers Coach: Kippy Brown Offensive Line Coach: Tony Marciano Running Backs Coach: Chick Harris Tight Ends Coach: Greg Roman Assistant Offensive Line Coach: Steve Marshall Defensive Line Coach: Todd Grantham Linebackers Coach: Reggie Herring Defensive Backs Coach: Jon Hoke Assistant Defensive Backs (Secondary) Coach: Brian Stewart Defensive Quality Control Coach: Jedd Fisch Special Teams Coach: Joe Marciano Special Teams Assistant Coach: Eric Sutulovich Head Strength and Conditioning Coach: Dan Riley Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach: Ray Wright General Manager: Charley Casserly