After struggling to put away a Tennessee team that is not expected to do much this season, the Houston Texans (2-0) take their show on the road this coming Sunday, meeting the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens.
Houston came from behind to beat the San Diego Chargers without the help of free safety Ed Reed, a powerful defensive threat, who they acquired in the off-season. Reed saw limited practices this week, and it may be that the Texans have to go another week without Reed.
Following a wild rally Monday evening in San Diego, the Houston Texans look to keep their momentum going Sunday when they play host to the Tennessee Titans in an AFC South meeting.
Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert is questionable for Sunday’s season opener against Kansas City.
Brett Kollmann from BattleRedBlog.com joins Nate and Creight to talk about the start of the regular season. They break down the final 53 man roster, talk about when Ed Reed will play and discuss Travardo Williams place on the team. They get into the amount of undrafted players on the Texans, and finish up with a backup QB prediction.
The Houston Texans have higher expectations with better talent this 2013-2014 season. Anything less than reaching the Super Bowl will be a disappointment.
Bob McNair is raising the stakes in Houston. The playoffs are no longer good enough for the Texans owner. Now, it’s Super Bowl or bust.
The Tennessee Titans finally have gotten to the point where they are tired of staying home during the playoffs. With owner Bud Adams spending more than $100 million this offseason, they finally feel ready to do something about that now.
Chad Henne will be relegated to the back-up roll starting in week 1 when Jacksonville take on the Kansas City Chiefs.
NFL Network and NFL.com analyst, Bucky Brooks, joins Patrick Creighton and Brett Dolan to discuss the lick that DJ Swearinger put on Dustin Keller. They also get into the issues with some recent rule changes, and talk about the emergence of the no huddle offense in the NFL.