Browns Boast On Potential Of Watson And Texans“I actually got a chance to talk to (DeAndre) Hopkins at one point during the course of the game. I told him after playing his team, obviously being in the division when I was in Tennessee so many years; (Deshaun) Watson has made a huge difference in that offense. They look like a totally different offense with him. He has a lot of ability.”
Texans Defense Stands Tall Against Browns"DB's (defensive backs) locked on tight today and we rushed up front, and (Hogan) kept making a lot of bad passes," Clowney said.
The Chiefs Are The Best Team In The NFL, But It Took Everything From Them To Leave NRG With A WinEven with all that said, the Texans did give the 5-0 Chiefs a run for their money.
Jalen Ramsey Knows Who Should Be Starting For The TexansIf you ask Ramsey, it's a no-brainer.
After A Broken Foot, Kevin Johnson Is Ready To Have Fun "He’s an important part of the defense," Bill O'Brien said. "He’s got a lot of energy, really good young player, very smart guy, very hard worker, great teammate, everything you look for in a DB (defensive back)."
Friends Off The Field, Bouye And Hopkins Ready To Compete Once Again
Evaluation Is On Bill O'Brien's Mind WednesdayWhile head coach Bill O'Brien is expecting his team to be ready to play and give effort, the opening game of the preseason will be about something different for the Texans.
New Leader Born In Texans' DefenseIn a star studded defensive unit for the Houston Texans, it’s Benardrick McKinney that has quietly become one of the best players on the team.
Fuller Showing Well In CampWill Fuller was the prize of the Texans’ 2016 draft class, and all things considered, he was good enough in his rookie season.
Lamar Miller Had A Fine Season Last Year, But With Help He Could Be Even BetterMiller was brought in as a blazing speedster who can flip the game at the drop of a dime, but for whatever reason, the long run's he's been accustomed to busting in the past.
The Defense Lost Parts, But They Still Should Be FineThe Texans had the best defense in the league last season, and that was without Watt, a ton of sacks, or turnovers. They did lose some big pieces through free agency, but it's hard to think they can't be as good or even better next season.
Shane Lechler Enjoys Being The UnderdogJokingly before the charity classic, Lechler shared, that he hopes in eight years when he finally retires Watt will bring him back for the softball game.