The pain and agony for both the fan base and players is over for the Houston Texans. Now the question becomes, who will lead the Texans into the 2014 season?
When the final gun sounds in Sunday’s Houston-Tennessee football game in Nashville, the Texans will put behind them one of the biggest collapses in NFL history.
The Houston Texans probably want one thing for Christmas… to have the 2013 season over as fast as possible.
Veteran Jacksonville Jaguars center Brad Meester, a blue-collar lineman who spent his entire career trying to avoid the spotlight, announced his retirement in fitting fashion Wednesday.
The Jacksonville Jaguars released veteran defensive end Jeremy Mincey on Friday after he was late for another meeting.
For a season that can’t end soon enough for the Houston Texans, the road winds through Indianapolis this Sunday and a meeting with the AFC South champion Colts.
The Texans’ new defensive play caller says there’s no better way to do that than by winning in Indianapolis for the first time.
If you had told someone at the start of the year that the Houston Texans would be suffering from an 11-game losing streak beginning after week two of the season, they probably would have laughed in your face.
If you had told an NFL fan at the start of the season that Houston would be trailing the Jacksonville Jaguars in the standings after 12 games, they would probably have suggested you seek a psychologist.
There are not too many other teams in the NFL right now play worse football than the Houston Texans. The question is, are the Jacksonville Jaguars one of them?