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?
For anyone that saw the closing moments of the Houston-Oakland game Sunday afternoon, you saw what happens when a team hast lost eight straight games.
Titans quarterback Jake Locker will miss the rest of the season with a Lisfranc injury to his right foot that may need surgery.
The Tennessee Titans are asking fans coming to Sunday’s game against Jacksonville not to forget their used cellphones.
Jacksonville and Tampa Bay are halfway to history — and not the kind anyone wants to celebrate, chronicle or recall.
The Indianapolis Colts have a firm grasp on the AFC South, poised to win the division they used to dominate with Peyton Manning.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have placed receiver Justin Blackmon on the suspended list and released safety Dwight Lowery from injured reserve.
For a team that is struggling, nothing like a meeting with an opponent that is currently leading your division. Welcome to the world of the Houston Texans.