Oh! Brien’s Blog
With every baseball season opener, hope springs eternal. Whether the hope be the Astros truly compete for a playoff appearance as the front office has boasted many times this offseason, or that the game realizes it has to adjust to our short attention span.
How did the Cowboys and Texans fair in Free Agency? We’ve got your answer.
The ball is above the level of the ring on its downward flight.
If Hardy’s signing proves successful, Cowboy fans will assuage their guilt for choosing winning over “what’s right” by attacking the competition for similar transgressions.
Eli Manning is not the long-term solution, in fact the best hope for that would be Ryan Mallet because the Texans will not find that guy in next year’s draft.
Whether statistically or otherwise, 4-5 does beat 2-7, and the Texans are playing with much more intensity and urgency than under Gary Kubiak a year ago, still as “bye-weeks” go this will be a defining one for Bill O’Brien and the Texans.
Perhaps its roots don’t start in the small Texas towns where seven-on-seven football is played, but the offense that Chip Kelly’s Eagles used to beat the Texans 31-21 at NRG on Sunday is as Texas […]
Were the regular season to have ended last weekend, Mississippi State (1), Florida State (2), Auburn (3), and Ole Miss (4) would be playing for the title.
“With Mercilus and Clowney it can be unbelievable with those two guys out there and you add Brooks Reed being a tough guy and run stopper, if we can get all those guys on the field at one time it will be tough for the Titans.”
If the playoff committee chooses finding the best four teams over politics – which I think is HIGHLY unlikely – two teams will come from the SEC and at least one from the Big-12.