Your Guide to the Best Sunday Football Specials in Houston

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Football is back and we couldn't be more thrilled! Here's to a great season, especially for the Texans (but also for some other players because at the time of publication we have not yet had our Fantasy Football draft so we really don't know who we want to do well yet).

That being said, we plan on getting our Sunday Funday on regardless of who's playing. And you should, too. From giant projection screens and killer audio systems to TD shots and beer towers, check out this list of sports bars with some of the best TV setups/ Sunday football specials in town:

Beer Market Co. Bonus: 30 HDTVs, 365 beers from around the world, and Sunday brunch

Big Woodrow's Specials: $8 domestic pitchers Bonus: Over 40 TVs and great big menu featuring fried bites, burgers, and Cajun favorites

Blackfinn American Grille Specials: $4 Shock Tops, $5 Goose Islands, $18 Bud and Bud Light Towers Bonus: Sunday brunch and bloody Mary bar, plenty of TVs and two big projection screens

Buffalo Wild Wings Multiple locations Bonus: With plenty of big screens and an always packed room, the place just screams wings, beer, and FOOTBALL.

Christian's Tailgate in the Heights Bonus: 40-plus flat screens, four 8-ft projection screens, and one of the best burgers in the city

The Dogwood Specials: Happy hour pricing all day and night, including $15 domestic buckets and $8 "Deer and a Beer" special (shot of Jäger with a tall boy Lonestar); $6 pulled pork sandwiches and $10 wings Bonus: Tons of flat-screens and a Sunday brunch featuring $1 mimosas from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The Gaslamp Specials: $4 domestics, $5 Fireball shots; $6 burgers, chicken sandwiches, or wings with fries Bonus: Sunday brunch with $10 bottomless mimosas, $5 mini pancakes, and more.

Griff's Specials: $3 beers, wells, and "you call its" all day long Bonus: 22 TVs (including 5 big screens) and massive burgers

Houston Texans Grille Specials: $4 20-oz beer of the month all day every day, Sunday Bloody Mary Bar Bonus: 65 HDTVs an killer bar food

J. Black's Feel Good Kitchen Specials: $13 domestic buckets Bonus: Plenty of HDTVs plus Sunday brunch with a build-your-own bloody bar.

The Junction Bar & Grill Specials: Shot specials during every NFL game include $5 Jameson and Jägermeister, $6 Fireball and Peligroso Tequila, and more Bonus: Over 40 TVs and solid food

Little Woodrow's Midtown Specials: $14 domestic buckets from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m., $3 drafts after 7 p.m. Bonus: Over 50 beers on tap, expansive outdoor patio, and plenty flatscreens

Little Woodrow's Rice Specials: HH from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m., $3.25 pints after 7

Little Woodrow's on Shepherd Specials: $4 bloodys and frozen Woodys until 2 p.m., $3.50 drafts after 7 p.m. Bonus: Over 50 beers on tap and a killer TV/audio set up

Lucky's Pub Downtown Specials: $15 select buckets, $2 select pints, $6 mimosa pitchers, $3 bloodys Bonus: The city's largest HDTV screen plus solid burgers and stone-fired pizzas

Mezzanine Lounge Specials: $3 domestic an $4 premium pints, $3 Texans TD shots, $4 to $6 bloody Mary bar an $2 mimosas until 7 p.m. Bonus: $14 steak dinner all day and night

Nick's Place Specials: $3 Ziegenbock pints, $4 16-oz Bud and Bud Light bottles, $5 Hopadillos, and $6.99 build-your-own burgers Bonus: 40 TVs and awesome pizzas

The Phoenix on Westheimer Bonus: Plenty of screens, food and drink specials during regular season, and Sunday brunch with $4 bloodys and $2 mimosas

P.J.'s Sports Bar Specials: $8 pitchers of Bud, Bud Light, Shiner, and Miller until 11 p.m. Bonus: Bring your own football snacks, make friends and share

Pub Fiction Specials: 25-oz drafts ($4.25 domestic, $5.25 import) Bonus: Fantastic TV setup, big screen, and weekend brunch with a Bloody Mary bar

Twin Peaks Specials: $1 off draft beer and wells from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. to 11 p.m. (daily) Bonus: Booths have personal flat screens, 29 degree beer, and well, all of those twin peaks

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