Texans - Saints: In A NutshellPaul Gallant looks back at the Texans 24 - 6 win over the Saints
O'Brien: The Playoffs Don't Start TodayThe Texans would be in the playoffs if the season ended today. But don't tell Bill O'Brien that.
Tom Herman Agrees To New Contract With University Of Houston The Houston Cougars have reached an agreement with Head Coach Tom Herman on a new contract, Fox 26's Mark Berman is reporting.
New England Patriots Vs. Houston Texans Game Being Flexed To Sunday Night FootballThe Houston Texans game on December 13th at NRG Stadium against the New England Patriots is being flexed from a 12:00pm start to the Sunday Night Football start time of 7:30pm.
Mike Meltser's Random Thoughts From The Sports WeekendMike Meltser gives a potpourri of opinions from a busy Thanksgiving weekend in sports
Texans Timing Is PerfectThere’s no doubt the Texans are rolling right now. The current four-game winning streak is the team’s longest since winning five-straight twice during the 2012 season, and every game left on the schedule looks winnable - even the Patriots game a week from Sunday at NRG Stadium.
Texans Running Game No Gimmick Vs. SaintsThe Texans finally displayed a consistent running game between the tackles, thanks to some offensive line continuity and an improved Alfred Blue.
Saints Payton: I Have A Ton Of Respect For Texans O'BrienWhat a turnaround for Bill O'Brien and the Houston Texans. A little over a month ago, Twitter and sports talk radio declared their 2015 season over, and planted O’Brien firmly on the hot seat. Now, with a 24-6 win over the New Orleans Saints at NRG Stadium, what once seemed hard to imagine is now becoming incredibly real.
One Happy OwnerWhat once looked like one of the most embarrassing seasons in his franchise's history, now looks to be among the most promising. And for that, Texans owner Bob McNair is one happy camper.
Texans Defense Steps Up In Win Over SaintsIn the month of November, the Texans defense has been stellar. Entering Sunday’s game against the Saints at NRG Stadium, the unit had combined to allow 29 points over the first three games of the month, but that was against the likes of Zach Mettenberger, Andy Dalton and Ryan Fitzpatrick. Drew Brees and the Saints were supposed to pose a bigger test. They didn’t.
Jackson Yields Immediate Impact in Return to Texans DefenseThe Texans saw the return of one of their veterans who made an immediate impact on the defense
Texans Dominate Saints On Way To Fourth Straight WinThe Housotn Texans (6-5) won their fourth straight game on the back of a strong performance from Brian Hoyer and another lockdown defensive showing they beat the New Orleans Saints (4-7) 24-6.