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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.
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.
Injury Report: First-Place Texans Have Major Injury Concerns For Week 11Houston Texans starting quarterback Brian Hoyer is definitely out this weekend as he recovers from a concussion suffered in Monday night's win over Cincinnati, while No. 1 wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins missed workouts all week with a knee problem. Hopkins says he will play, but he's officially questionable for Sunday's game against the New York Jets at home. Without these two offensive cogs at 100 percent, the Texans defense once again may have to carry the team.
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.
Goal For Weeden Is To Be Ready SundayIt has been a whirlwind 24-hours for the Texans newest quarterback, Brandon Weeden. Released by the Cowboys on Tuesday, the Texans claimed Weeden off waivers on Wednesday, and he plans to be ready if called on when the Texans host the Jets on Sunday.
Only The Texans Can Stop Themselves Now After Big Win At CincinnatiWith a 4-5 record, the Houston Texans are in first place. The AFC South may not be a strong division, but it doesn't matter. The Texans are confident after beating the previously undefeated Cincinnati Bengals on the road.
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Haterade: No More Farewell ToursPaul dishes out some hate on the Tom Brady haters and baseball farewell tours.
Yates Ready For NRG Return If Hoyer Out SundayThe QB has fond memories in Houston, including a playoff win vs. the Bengals in 2011 and his first career start against the Falcons that December.
Hoyer In Concussion Protocol, Had Trouble "Remembering The Plays"Hoyer being tested for a concussion after leaving Bengals game while 'having trouble remembering the plays.'
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