Bill O'Brien Will Take Over Play Calls From George GodseyThe Houston Texans invested a lot in the offense in the offseason. They brought in Brock Osweiler, Lamar Miller and drafted Will Fuller and Braxton Miller all to add speed and more weapons to DeAndre Hopkins. After three games the Texans offense has sputtered along scoring just three touchdowns. Now head coach Bill O'Brien will take over calling plays from offensive coordinator George Godsey.
J.J. Watt Has Back Surgery; 2016 Season OverWatt had surgery to repair a herniated disk in July just before training camp. The surgery cost the 3-time defensive player of the year all of the preseason, but he was able to make it back for week 1's game against the Chicago Bears.
Small Bright Spot In J.J. Watt Injury"I think we played pretty good without (Watt)," Jadeveon Clowney said, "but that was preseason, this is the regular season, we're getting everyone's best right now."
With Run Game Slowed, Lamar Miller Knows He Needs To Be More Aggressive“I think we’re very close, I think I have to do a good job at the second level, making guys miss," Lamar Miller said of the run game breaking out.
Kareem Jackson Limited In Latest Texans Injury ReportInjuries have been the most important takeaway for the Texans entering their week four matchup against their AFC South rival Tennessee.
Texans Will Have A Tall Task Stopping The Run With The Titans In Town"(Murray) is doing an excellent job," Bill O'Brien said. "He's running hard, he breaks tackles, he's got good vision, he's an excellent running back."
REPORT: Texans RB Jonathan Grimes Out With Cracked FibulaThe Houston Texans running back Jonathan Grimes will be out for possibly a month after reports that he has a cracked fibula in his leg.
Texans Will Fuller Taking A Lot Of Notes In Rookie SeasonDespite his first round status, Texans rookie wideout Will Fuller has been a bit of a surprise with his production through three games.
Hammond: Can The Texans Make The Playoffs Without JJ Watt?Can the Texans overcome JJ Watt's injury?
Start Em/Sit Em Fantasy Advice For Week 4Fantasy football start em/sit em advice for Week 4 with a Houston Texans focus.
Special Teams For The Texans Haven't Been Very Special"We just got to focus and improve on the little things that we can," Charles James said.
Daune Brown Say's "It's A Possibility" About A Return This Sunday"Feeling really good today, probably do a little more tomorrow and go from there," Duane Brown said.

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