The Best Of Mad Radio 8-16Today on Mad Radio: Exclusive interviews with JJ Watt, Peter King, Shane Lechler and Nick Martin. John McClain says Deshaun Watson could be the Week 1 starter, reactions from day one of practices with New England, Jose Altuve's lack of MVP love compared to James Harden and much more.
Texans and Patriots Practices Full of Mutual RespectThe New England Patriots and Houston Texans kicked off their joint workouts at the Greenbrier in West Virginia Tuesday ahead of the each team's second preseason game Saturday at NRG Stadium.
3T - Former NFL Player Ross TuckerRich and Ted talk to former NFL player Ross Tucker, who now hosts shows for SiriusXM NFL Radio and NBCSN, about the Houston Texans, the AFC South, and he said Tom Brady will finish his career outside of New England.
Will Texans Draft DeShone Kizer To Be Their QB Of The Future?Would Bill O'Brien bet his job on the former ND QB?
Will Texans Get It Right At QB Under Bill O'Brien And Rick Smith?Will this head coach-GM tandem be the one that fixes the Texans QB room?
Is Jerry Jones Trying To Keep Tony Romo From Playing For Texans?Why hasn't Jerry Jones released Tony Romo yet?
3T - With Reporter Bill Burt on Jimmy GaroppoloTed and Ellis Wyms talk to reporter Bill Burt from the Eagle Tribune about Jimmy Garoppolo and his future with the New England Patriots.
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Hammond: Will Texans Decision At QB Be A "Football Decision"?Will ego, optics or money become a factor in their plans?
The Best of The Triple Threat 02-06-2017The Best of The Triple Threat, from Monday 02-06-2017
Keidel: Patriots Dynasty In The Age Of Free AgencyWith their fifth Super Bowl title, Tom Brady and Bill Belichick's Patriots have made the most remarkable run in NFL history.
New England Patriots: Road To The Super BowlNo NFL franchise has been as successful as the New England Patriots this century, but the outlook for the 2016 season was dim with the announcement that the team would be without quarterback Tom Brady for the first four games of the year. However, the organization overcame its star QB's league suspension, and the Patriots finished with the best record, the best scoring differential and the best scoring defense in the NFL on their way to an seventh Super Bowl appearance since 2001. This is how they got here.