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The Houston Texans headed to Green Bay on a snowy day on the Frozen Tundra (more on this in a minute), where they tried to snap a two-game losing streak. They weren’t able to do that in a rough game that saw Aaron Rodgers lead the Packers to a 6-6 record as the Texans fell to the same record. Here are the 12 best tweets we saw during the game.
J.J. Watt Donates $10,000 To Woodlands Football Player Who Collapsed During Texas High School Playoff Game
Grant Milton was rushed to a Waco Area hospital on Saturday after collapsing during the Woodlands 52-31 win over Austin Browie in the Texas High School playoff game in Waco.
Milton, a senior linebacker underwent emergency surgery and remains hospitalized. A gofundme.com page was set up to help the Milton family as they stay in Waco. On Wednesday, Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt donated $10,000 to the page to help the family.
The school is looking to fill after Tom Herman left for the University of Texas after two years and a 22-4 record as head coach of the Coogs. Herman is the third coach to have a winning record with the school to jump to a power five conference school in the state of Texas in the last 10 years. Fertitta is determined to stop that trend.
The Tom Herman Q Score has been rising steadily over the Thanksgiving Holiday. His name started getting a lot of headlines right around dinner time on Thursday when reports from multiple outlets said LSU was close to a deal with the University of Houston head coach to take over the Tigers football program.
Caught during the pregame walk to the field on ESPN a few of the referees were seen fist-bumping Sabastian Janikowski and Derek Carr before the game.
Texas coach Charlie Strong says he wants to stay with the Longhorns and believes the school’s promise that he won’t be evaluated until after the final game of the season on Friday.
We thought we’d cast the rest of the Astros roster as Superheroes. If nothing else it will give them Halloween Costumes to wear as they fly to Chicago for game 6 of the World Series next year.
With all the news coming down so fast Lance was making his feelings on all the moves and information known, and it was quite hilarious. On Monday Lance made a point that he wanted Altuve to win the MVP or he was going to be angry!
At an event where he and former teammate DeMeco Ryans were helping get Thanksgiving dinners for 1500 underprivileged families Johnson told Fox 26’s Mark Berman he would love to retire as a member of the Houston Texans.
If he is gone, hopefully there will be new blood, who will energize the team, get them playign together and stop some of these embarrassing games we’ve seen. If he stays, hopefully he finds the right mix of 23 guys who can form a solid eleven on the field and work together and show what a great soccer nation the USA is becoming.