The Best of The Triple Threat 01-16-2017The Best of The Triple Threat, from Monday 01-16-2017
George Godsey Out As Texans Offensive CoordinatorThe Houston Texans announced in a press release Monday afternoon that offensive coordinator George Godsey will not return to the team.
Texans - Patriots: In A NutshellPaul Gallant looks back at the Texans 34 - 16 loss to the Patriots Saturday Night
The Best of "In The Loop" January 16thBest of John and Cody on an "Evaluation Monday"
O'Brien Wants To See Crennel Return; Noncomittal on OC GodseyBill O'Brien held his exit press conference at NRG Stadium on Monday after the Texans were eliminated from the postseason Saturday in New England to address the offseason.
Hammond: Only Thing Keeping Texans From Super Bowl Is Brock OsweilerWill the Texans make the tough decision and move on from Brock this offseason?
Johnson Expects To Be Ready For OTAsTexans corner back Kevin Johnson missed the final 12 games of the 2016 season, but believes he'll be ready to take part in OTAs
Reader Ready To Step-In If Wilfork RetiresD.J. Reader is ready to be the Texans starting nose tackle if Vince Wilfork decides to retire
The Best Of MaD Radio 1-16Final Texans Monday Of The Season: Reaction to the end of the season, off season questions, quarterback solutions and more.
Bouye Wants To Remain Texan As He Heads Towards Free AgencyEntering the 2016 season cornerback AJ Bouye was fourth on the Texans depth chart at that position with veterans Kareem Jackson and Johnathan Joseph returning and second year standout Kevin Johnson coming into his own as a player.
Texans Team Grades: Houston's Season Ends Against Patriots After 34-16 Divisional Round LossThe Houston Texans came into the divisional playoffs as double-digit underdogs and somehow managed to play a very strong game defensively against the New England Patriots. Here is a look at the Houston Texans team grades in their playoff loss.
Texans Defense Makes Things Tough For Brady In Divisional Round LossTom Brady is leading the New England Patriots to their NFL record sixth straight AFC championship game and 11th with him at quarterback after knocking off the Houston Texans 34-16 Saturday evening at Gillette Stadium.

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