Oh! Brien’s Blog
Conventional wisdom would say that Bill O’Brien’s incredible success in taking the Texans from 2-14 to 9-7 in his first season as a professional head coach provides him strength and stability in Houston. The opposite […]
In Episode 4 of DOUBLE COVERAGE – a weekly podcast dedicated to the Texans and Cowboys, the “elephant in the room” story of the week is Cowboy’s defensive end Greg Hardy and the ten-game suspension […]
[We asked the 610 staff who they want the Texans to draft and who they think the Texans will draft. The answers varied like the personalities of our personalities. Check them All Out.] Lara Hall: I […]
In Episode 2 of DOUBLE COVERAGE, Chris Ferguson and I discuss the impact that Darren McFadden and Brian Hoyer mean to the Cowboys and Texans respectively. Let the hated flow! Follow on Twitter
With every baseball season opener, hope springs eternal. Whether the hope be the Astros truly compete for a playoff appearance as the front office has boasted many times this offseason, or that the game realizes it has to adjust to our short attention span.
How did the Cowboys and Texans fair in Free Agency? We’ve got your answer.
The ball is above the level of the ring on its downward flight.
If Hardy’s signing proves successful, Cowboy fans will assuage their guilt for choosing winning over “what’s right” by attacking the competition for similar transgressions.
Eli Manning is not the long-term solution, in fact the best hope for that would be Ryan Mallet because the Texans will not find that guy in next year’s draft.
Whether statistically or otherwise, 4-5 does beat 2-7, and the Texans are playing with much more intensity and urgency than under Gary Kubiak a year ago, still as “bye-weeks” go this will be a defining one for Bill O’Brien and the Texans.