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.
J.J. Watt Says His Back Feels FantasticWhile Watt is coming off two back surgeries last season, he declared himself A-Ok Saturday night.
The J.J. Watt Classic, Another SuccessDuring the season it's all business, but for a few hours Saturday night, the team took the field to have fun, hang out and play a game most of them only play once a year when it's time for the classic again.
Arnold Schwarzenegger: Hollywood is chomping at bit to get J.J. WattWhile J.J. Watt has many sacks still left in him, the three-time defensive player of the year might already have a job waiting for him for whenever decides to hang up his cleats.
For Many NFL QB Draft Prospects, Only Time Will TellTo have had your dreams and aspirations and hard work pay off like it has, could and will for some of these guys.
Former NFL Quarterback Says Cutler Is Crazy Enough to Work for Texans, But That’s Just Crazy“I personally like Jay Cutler, I think his skill set is there. It’s one of those things you just don’t know. You just don’t know, but I like Jay Cutler, I actually think Bill O’Brien is a great football coach, I think he’s a great football mind, will those two personalities match? Johnson said.
State of the Texans: Purging More Than Just Bad Quarterbacks“I think the personality in terms of… can you coach Brock hard? Brock is the type of individual, you know, he needs reassurance. He needs an arm around him, he needs to be told in a way that you kind of have to massage things with Brock,” Andre Ware says.