Not all 2-0 starts are created equal. The Houston Texans are living, breathing proof of that. After soundly thrashing the Oakland Raiders 30-14 on Sunday afternoon, the Houston Texans moved to 2-0 on the 2014 [...]
I didn’t need this aggravation, I really didn’t. Today is a busy day. I have a show to do at 2:00 p.m., a Texans game to cover at 7:00 p.m., and a post game show [...]
We’ve officially hit the part of the calendar where some fantasy leagues start to do their drafts, which I’ve never really understood. It seems like doing these things with two preseason games and a bunch of practices remaining is kind of risky, especially considering the third preseason game is the one where the starters play like 75 percent of the snaps.
You will probably click this story.
Sure, you’ll click because perhaps you live in Houston, and anything having to do with football, the Houston Texans, and training camp feels good to click. (Frankly, anything not having to do with the Astros, Comcast, and arguments over “third star players on a championship team” feels good to click.)
For offensive tackle Brennan Williams, that appears to be the case for his career as a Houston Texan, but he is optimistic that is not the case for his NFL career overall.
Conventional wisdom says that when the calendar hits July, we are officially into the dead period of the sports year. Time to take vacation, time for those of us with “content responsibility” to rack our brains finding some sort of sports duct tape to keep our show or blog from unraveling until NFL training camp starts in a few weeks.
While the average sports fan views this weekend as “Final Four” weekend, “Astros opening week” weekend, or “Let’s slobber some more over Jadeveon Clowney” weekend, I will always look at the Sunday in between sessions [...]
The NFL Draft has grown into a big business. There are literally hundreds of websites, pundits, and magazines making money hand over fist on the (intelligent sounding, but in the end largely random) speculation on which [...]
Super agent Leigh Steinberg joins Sean and Rich in studio. He talks about Jerry McGuire and his life as an agent.
Two sayings to capture this year’s “hype week” leading up to Super Bowl XLVIII: 1. Idle hands are the devil’s workshop. 2. New York City, the city that never sleeps. Despite the Super Bowl being [...]