This panorama of Reliant Stadium captures a pivotal moment for the Houston Texans during their 19-13 win over the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Wild Card round of the NFL playoffs. When the Houston Oilers departed the city after the 1996 season, many fans thought the NFL would never return. But in 1999, the NFL awarded Houston the 32nd franchise. The Texans began play on September 8, 2002, at Reliant Stadium, the first retractable roof stadium in the NFL. It was a magical night for the Texans as they beat the Dallas Cowboys 19-10. Fast-forward 10+ years and Texans fans continue to pack Reliant Stadium, week after week, year after year.
Format: Deluxe Frame
Artist: JAMES BLAKEWAY
Title: HOUSTON TEXANS - END ZONE - Deluxe Frame
Image Dimensions: 37.5 width X 9 height
Paper Dimensions: 40 width X 13.5 height
Blakeway Panoramas photographs, publishes, and distributes the largest selection of high quality panoramic art prints in the U.S and worldwide. They specialize in licensed sports panoramas, Nascar, Golf, Horse Racing, panoramas of city skylines and many other panoramas of fabulous sites from around the world.
Features of this item:
- Made in the USA
- Panoramas are available unframed, with a standard frame, or a deluxe frame.
- All Blakeway prints are 40 by 13.5 inches.
- All Blakeway Panoramic Frames are made out of the Highest Quality Black Aluminum, as opposed to low quality wood or compressed cardboard (like most frames)
- Your Panoramic Frame will have Heavy Duty Tempered Glass (safety glass!) which Displays Nicer, and is also much Easier to Clean than plexiglass
- Your Panoramic Frame will come with a fully adjustable heavy duty cable so its Ready to Hang!