Texans Offense Prepares For The UnknownRob Ryan was the Saints defensive coordinator for the first 10 games of their 2015 season, but after the Saints week 10 loss in Washington Ryan was fired and replaced by Dennis Allen. While the Saints defense may be ranked last in the NFL, the change makes it tougher to prepare for.
J.J. Watt Has No Plans for ThanksgivingEven the best defensive player in the NFL sometimes has a hard time finding a table and some turkey on Thanksgiving
Hoyer and Jackson Return to Practice Ahead of Saints GameThe Texans get a veteran defensive back and their starting quarterback at practice after both missed with injuries last week.
JJ Watt Named Defensive Player Of The Week
[Photo] JJ Watt Writes Heartfelt Letter To FansThe Texans superstar shared the letter on social media!
Ranking Which Current Or Former Texans QB Should Start For Your NFL Team This Week There are currently four current or former Houston Texans getting ready to start in week 12 of the NFL season. We're going to look at the nine current or former Texans quarterbacks in the NFL and rank them to who you should want starting for your team this week.
O'Brien: Hoyer Out Of Concussion Protocol, Will Start SundayHoyer missed the fourth quarter of the Texans' win last week over the Bengals and Sunday's win over the Jets with a concussion.
Meltser: Bill O'Brien Able To Pull Team Up In Tricky SituationsYou have to give Bill O'Brien this: when he and his team are in a tricky situation, with limited resources, they find a way to come through. The Texans won two games late in 2014 with Case Keenum, and have now won 2 in a row against AFC playoff contenders with 5.5 quarters of TJ Yates.
Facing Fitzpatrick, Stingy Secondary Displays DepthThe secondary's shutdown second-half continued with a stingy effort against Fitzpatrick and the Jets
O'Brien Opens Up Playbook In Win Over JetsWith T.J. Yates starting for the first time since in almost four years against the NFL’s fourth ranked defense, it’s natural to assume the Texans would keep it conservative Sunday at NRG Stadium. They didn’t, and it helped them beat the Jets 24-17.
Credit Miami For Texans TurnaroundThe second half schedule looked much more daunting on paper, but since reaching the breaking point when they trailed Miami by 41, it appears it doesn’t matter who the opponent is as the Texans picked up their third straight win with a 24-17 win over the Jets.
Clowney Returns, Pairs with Mercilus for SuccessThe Texans had their full pass rushing compliment on the field against the Jets and some new looks from Clowney and Mercilus paid off.