The Houston Texans have some of the most ‘passionate’ NFL fans in the country.
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones decided to take time off from rehab to celebrate Bryant McKinnie’s birthday.
A key piece of the Texans’ offense was missing for their 30-9 loss to Baltimore and it showed.
For the second straight week Andre Johnson was unable to finish a game. Johnson was taken out of yesterday’s 30-9 loss with a leg injury.
John McClain joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about the Texans loss to the Ravens Sunday, the problems in all areas offense, defense and special teams. His thoughts on how the Texans offense can be fixed. And a look ahead to next Sunday’s game against Seattle.
The little things proved to be the difference for the Texans in their 30-9 loss to the Ravens.
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is listed as doubtful for Sunday’s game against the Houston Texans.
Even though the defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens are not exactly the same team now that walked off the field last February in defeating San Francisco for all the marbles, they’re still a pretty good team.
Mike Florio of Profootballtalk.com joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about Matt Schaub needing to step up his game, the Ravens slow start, his thoughts on the Eagles struggles, the Trent Richardson trade and Andre Johnson’s concussion.
Since Houston Texans safety Ed Reed underwent offseason hip surgery in the offseason, many figured Reed would return by Week 3 as the Texans head to Baltimore to face the future Hall of Famer’s former team.