Watt Starting To Feel Like His Old SelfJJ Watt is starting to feel more and more like the NFL's 3-time Defensive Player of the Year
Clark Brings Wealth Of Experience As Duane Brown's Fill-InThe Texans may not have their leader Duane Brown out there, but his replacement is plenty ready.
Hoyer Officially Clears Concussion Protocol, Will Start Sunday Vs. JagsBrian Hoyer will return Sunday after clearing the final stage of concussion protocol before Wednesday's practice. But will he be in sync with the offense and play aggressively after a pair of head injuries?
Yates Willing To Take Chances With Hopkins Vs. ColtsIf the Colts follow New England's blueprint, Nuke Hopkins may see plenty of double teams come Sunday. That won't stop T.J. Yates from targeting him.
O'Brien Hints At Bigger Role For Akeem Hunt Vs. PatsThe shifty rookie has bolstered the Houston running game with minimal carries. Could he be poised for his biggest role yet against the Patriots?
Brooks Returns To Practice After Hospital VisitBrandon Brooks' extreme nausea was "annoying and scary" but he expects to be back against New England this Sunday.
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.
Jackson, Hoyer Ruled Out Sunday Vs. JetsThe Texans will be down a pair of starters in key home game. Plus, a pair of key reserves are questionable.
Watt: No "Psychological Edge" Against Dalton, BengalsDespite a 3-1 record vs. the Bengals since he arrived, Watt says the Bengals have no fear of the Texans.
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