HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Who's ready for some football?
The Houston Texans have officially released their 2020 regular season schedule.
The Texans start at Kansas City on Sept. 10, which marks the first time in franchise history opening the season on Thursday Night Football.
They'll also play the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving Day.
Houston's home opener will be in Week 2 when it hosts the Baltimore Ravens before heading to Pittsburgh for a match-up with the Steelers on Sept. 27.
SEE THE FULL REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE BELOW:
1 - Thursday, Sept. 10 at Kansas City Chiefs
2 - Sunday, Sept. 20 - Baltimore Ravens
3 - Sunday, Sept. 27 at Pittsburgh Steelers
4 - Sunday, Oct. 4 - Minnesota Vikings
5 - Sunday, Oct. 11 - Jacksonville Jaguars
6 - Sunday, Oct. 18 at Tennessee Titans
7 - Sunday, Oct. 25 - Green Bay Packers
8 - BYE
9 - Sunday, Nov. 8 at Jacksonville Jaguars
10 - Sunday, Nov. 15 at Cleveland Browns
11 - Sunday, Nov. 22 - New England Patriots
12 - Thursday, Nov. 26 at Detroit Lions (Thanksgiving)
13 - Sunday, Dec. 6 - Indianapolis Colts
14 - Sunday, Dec. 13 at Chicago Bears
15 - TBD Dec. 19 or 20 at Indianapolis Colts
16 - Sunday, Dec. 27 - Cincinnati Bengals
17 - Sunday, Jan. 3 - Tennessee Titans